We are trying to connect two distinct calendar applications (Oracle Calendaring and another application). I was wondering whether one of these three capabilities are available to me through any of the API mechanisms of the Oracle Calendar SDK:
1. Select (fetch) all calendar items that have been created or modified or deleted since MM/DD/YY HH:MM:SS.
2. Subscribe to an events mechanism within Oracle Calendar where our sync service can be notified (using whatever API provided by the Oracle Calendar SDK) if there are additions, modifications, or deletions to the Oracle Calendar database.
3. Access to a log file that exposes additions, deletions, and modifications of Oracle Calendar entries.
The SDK documentation does not expose any such feature.
"A list of calendars in a specified range" does not sound like what I'm looking for. I'm not looking for events that are scheduled for a specific range. I'm looking for event records that were created, modified, or deleted in the last X seconds (or minutes or days).
Yep, more or less. We are using hashing to accomplish this. Basically we take a subset of the iCalendar properties returned by the CSDK, md5sum them, and store that. Next time we sync, we compute the hash and compare against the stored one.
You can't do any better than this with the CSDK currently, although you can do this kind of thing with SyncML. I too think that this would be a good feature to have in the CSDK.
Is 'generic replication framework component of the calendar server' available now?
I fail to find the information in otn documents for ocs 10g R2.
And if we consider the solution using md5sum utilty, how can i catch cases of deletion?
Should I compare whole the hash list including md5sum values?