BEGIN:VCALENDARI've tried with "id" and proper login session (via login.wcap) instead of simple http auth, with the same result.
PRODID:-//Oracle Corporation/CS 7u2-4.19//EN
X-NSCP-WCAP-ERRNO-MESSAGE:Invalid arguments such as invalid email address
, invalid date.
X-NSCP-WCAP-ERRNO-DETAILED-MESSAGE:missing file param
Doh, that was an out-of-attention minor point with vast consequences.
Thanks man, you rock! You know more than the Wiki, which I'll now ask to fix
At least for small test ICS files, the import succeeded, from my script also. Larger ones (one user's export is a 2Mbyte text ICS file) did not pass well, but I think in the worst case I can split them into smaller files by date-ranges, line amount, kilobytes or such.
Do you by chance know any similar secret paths to AddressBook imports?
Edited by: JimKlimov on May 4, 2013 4:53 AM
UPDATE: The big files' problem does not seem to be a server problem, but rather one of my data provider (exporter from another system) which does inded build problematic markup (chunked encoding interspersed with chunk size tags, which can happen in middles of data lines).
UPDATE2: With a proper script to parse the un-chunking of ICS text received from another system, we were able to verify the validity of the stream (exporter had its hiccups and aborted replies as well), and applying some format workarounds for WCAP parser in OUCS Caledar Server, ultimately ensuring higher format validity of ICS data for OUCS. In the end run, all calendar data got imported, even for a large account with 3Mb worth of markup in an ICS file.