The following is a list of problems reported on the product:
Problem: The Calendar Server utility cscal does not validate users before adding them to the owners list as secondary owners.
Problem: The Calendar Server migration utility csmig does not update icsSubscribed with the owners calendars.
Problem: Lack of ability to automatically purge obsolete cached LDAP data.
Workaround: Manually remove old cached LDAP data.
Problem: enpd crashes when opening and closing connections rapidly and concurrently.
Problem: When a user modifies an event and chooses the option to modify today’s event and all future events, all previous events are deleted and will no longer display in the UI.
Problem: SSL initialization fails in SSLv2 mode. Unable to make use of SSLv2 client.
Problem: Configuration program “Get” does not get baseDN . It fetches the install root. You must specify the base DN by adding the part that comes after the root.
Problem: If you start a process (such as enpd) and then disable it in the ics.conf file, when stop-cal is issued, the system will not stop the disabled process.
Workaround: Re-enable the process in the ics.conf file and then issue the stop-cal command. After all processes are stopped, then disable any processes you do not want running before issuing start-cal.
Problem: Hot backup log files not purged according to configuration settings.
Workaround: To prevent disk full service interruptions, periodically copy the log files to another location and start a new log file.
Problem: In Schema 1 mode with hosted domains, if the DC tree is missing or improperly provisioned, calendar utilities can fail. You must create the DC tree nodes prior to creating or otherwise managing calendars.
Problem:Administrators can't delete a domain from LDAP. commadmin domain purge does not remove entries with deleted as their icsStatus. They must have removed as the status. The recommended Calendar Server utility, csclean, does not change the icsStatus to removed .
Workaround:Use ldapmodify to change icsStatus to removed before running commadmin domain purge.
Problem: If DWP is disabled while the DWP process is running, stop-cal will not stop it. stop-cal should stop all services rather than just those enabled.
Problem: Vague error message. In a hosted domain environment, if the basednpassed tocsdomain does not exist. The actual message received is: “FAIL: icsLdapServer: Null argument to function.” This type of error message is vague because the error message originates several levels down and could be caused by many different circumstances. Rather than just passing the error through, the higher level program should interpret the error message before bubbling it up to the next higher level.
Problem: Leading white space stripped from description field when stored in calendar server.
Problem: Linux: On RedHat Linux 3.0 email notification is received with subject missing.
Problem: SSL can not be enabled or disabled on individual hosted domains. (RFE)
Problem: The error messages given by csdomain are vague and need to be more explicit.
Problem: When csconfigurator.sh is called with the -saveState option and the state file specified doesn't include a path the state file is not created. For example: /opt/sun/calendar/sbin/csconfigurator.sh -saveState cs.state
Workaround: Always specify the full path name, where the state file should be created.
Problem: Using csclean to delete users in non-hosted domain mode fails to remove users from LDAP.
Workaround: In non-hosted domain mode, use csuser delete to delete users from LDAP.
Problem: On Linux systems, if Calendar Server is shut down incorrectly, can't restart Calendar Server after reboot.
Workaround: Delete the lock files from /opt/sun/calendar/lib/lock/__db.001.
Problem: For event notifications, long To: fields are sent as one long line without wrapping. This violates RFC 821. If the line contains over 1000 characters (SMTP line length limit is 1000 characters), Messaging Server truncates the line.
Workaround: Use wrapsmtp keyword for the relevant channel in Messaging Server.
Problem: Calendar Server process cshttpd crashes if logging into Calendar Express when service.http.calendarhostname is set. The default is null ("").
Problem: Calendar Server won't work in an HA environment with Sun Cluster on Solaris 10 without patch 120500.
Fix: Apply patch 120500.
Problem:Problem with recurring events. Sending in dtstart and dtend parameters with non-date-field modifications (using storeevents) causes data corruption.
Problem:If you upgrade Delegated Administrator from the Java Enterprise System 2005Q1 version to the Java Enterprise System 2005Q4 version, the Delegated Administrator configuration program ( config-commda) freezes.
Fix: There is a new patch available for Delegated Administrator. Do not use the one in the general release version of Java Enterprise System 2005Q4.