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Oracle Calendar in Read-Only Mode

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How can I put Oracle calendar into read-only mode?
  • 1. Re: Oracle Calendar in Read-Only Mode
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    You can easily change access rights to read only for some users / groups to some calendars. As for putting the whole stuff in read-only, I'm not sure it's possible, and anyway you'll need at least one user to create entries or you'll get a read-only empty calendar. uniaccessrightss your friend

    UNIACCESSRIGHTS

    uniaccessrights - Grant access rights to agendas of users, resources or event calendars.

    SYNTAX

    uniaccessrights -ls -grantee <user> -grantor <filter>
    [-n <node-ID>] [-host <hostname:port>] [-uid <uid>] | [-krb]]
    [-designate] [-eventview] [-taskview] [-scheduling]

    uniaccessrights -mod -grantee <user> -grantor <filter>
    [-n <node-ID>] [-host <hostname:port>] [-uid <uid>] | [-krb]]
    [-designate <modifier>] [-taskview <modifier>] [-eventview <modifier>] [-scheduling <modifier>]

    uniaccessrights -reset -grantee <user> -grantor <filter>
    [-n <node-ID>] [-host <hostname:port>] [-uid <uid>] | [-krb]]
    [-designate] | [-taskview] | [-eventview] | [-scheduling]]

    uniaccessrights -info [-n <node-ID>] [-host <hostname:port>]
    [-uid <uid>] | [-krb]]
    [[-designate] | [-taskview] | [-eventview] | [-scheduling]]

    uniaccessrights -v
    uniaccessrights -h

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