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  • naser78
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    Amazing project! Use this calendaring solution for work place. Have been using it for local Red Cross DAT scheduling for months. Use it at home to keep family's schedule straight.+1))

    Posted 02/13/2013
  • renato13
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    Does not support SQLite anymore in the current PHP-version because it does not use PDO.

    Posted 06/08/2012
  • hutorny
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    Did not work for me well with PostgreSQL. 1. The installation language is autodetected and can not be overridden. 2. The codepage is not properly specified for russian language and pages comes with the garbage 3. I had to lookup in the database to figure out the autocreated login (admin/admin) 4. I was not able to login with any created account - it looks like the web part capitalizes accounts while they are lower case in DB. 5. Authentication errors are misreported 6. Getting constant errors in the DB log: ERROR: null value in column "cal_user_cal" violates not-null constraint

    Posted 03/07/2011
  • secapp
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    Tried it with Postgres (9); got an error logging into admin just after install. Google Search (https://encrypted.google.com/search?hl=en&q=%22null+value+in+column%22+%22cal_user_cal%22+violates+not-null&aq=f&aqi=&aql=&oq=) indicates that others are having this problem too. Granted, Postgres is not as popular as MySQL; but other PHP+SQL packages I have used (like phpBB...) worked with posgres 1-2-3 out of the box...

    Posted 03/07/2011
  • dphinfo
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    No support....that sums it up. IF THERE IS....I CANT FIND IT...LOL

    Posted 10/04/2010
  • realfakeuser
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    installed in every way possible, looked at all 350+ files to try and solve issues, read every help file included, read just about every forum entry, took 30+ min after creating account just to get here cuz of lack of link to project, doesn't take a rocket surgeon it figure out some serious issues need to be fixed.

    Posted 09/23/2010