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what we do is
- 'uniical -export ...' to export an agenda
- the use the HTTP::DAV perl module to copy the resulting ical file
to an OCS workspace (http://your.host.name/content/dav/...)
This works for the MacOS systems in our environment. It is a read only solution but you could try to do a
- 'uniical -import ...' step to feed back into OCS. Never tested this myself.
Hope this is usefull for you.
As far as I know, the next version of the calendar product ("Beehive") is either out or should be out very soon. It was in beta when I spoke to Oracle support about it in late November.
It's a complete rewrite of the calendar product, so for those of use that have been using the product for years (since before Oracle bought it), it's a much more significant change than the 9 to 10 upgrade was.
It does support CalDav. It doesn't support the SunOne calendar protocol (WCAL, I think).
All I know about Beehive is what I was told by Oracle support, when I was asking them about other issues related to the 10.1.2 upgrade (which we just did a few weeks ago), and I've shared most of that in my previous comment.
I have no idea when it will be released, but it's been in beta for a while. I asked in December if there was a whitepaper available on the changes in the product, and support wasn't able to find one for me. Maybe your Oracle sales rep would have something like that?