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Re: [Inf-IT DAVcl] Problem with crossDomain-setup


Hi Thomas,

On Mar 26, 2013, at 10:53 AM, Thomas W. <mail@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> Hi,
> 
> regarding the documentation I have to use the crossDomain attribute, if I want to use a caldavzap installation with the URL "https://xxx.aaa.com:443/calclient";, which should use a Davical installation at URL "https://yyy.aaa.com:443/";.
> 
> I set the crossDomain attribute to "true", but the installation is not working. The Apache2 logging says, that there is an request to URL "https://xxx.aaa.com:443/caldav.php/";, but this is wrong.

you need to:
- set the href option to correct value (from your example: "https://yyy.aaa.com:443/caldav.php/";) - the default config expects that the client is installed (or "aliased" by the server config) into the DAViCal server directory
- set the crossDomain to true
- and also need to set proper server headers (your server needs to send CORS headers for the browser). See the misc/config_davical.txt for example CORS headers configuration (for Apache).


JM


> What is the correct setup for this scenario? Must I use the hrefLabel attribute or something else? I also tried to modify the Apache2 Vhost config for the Davical vhost (generic allow rule), but this is not working either.
> 
> Any ideas?
> 
> Thanks and kind regards,
> Thomas

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