Tested this morning with 126.96.36.199 and nginx 1.11.0. Works like a charm. Thanks a lot :slight_smile:
Http Error when inserting an ics-File
i have a problem with an http 404 error.
I saved an ics-file from outlook an sent it to my Huawei P20 Pro. I saved it on the cell-phone and opened it with a±Calender. a±Calender asked me, which entries I want to import and finished.
I got (i think) all entries in the a±calender.
I have running a nextcloud on an Qnap NAS. When I create Calender entries manually in the a±Calender, davx5 synchronized it perfect.
Normally it runs all fine, but after the Import i got always an error message with a http 404 error.
I bought ICSx5 because I thought it’s better for the ics import, but it want an URL, but the ics-file is directly saved on my cell-phone.
A long time before, I had no problem with importing an ics-file, but now I every time get this error. Last time I fixed it with deleting all imported entries and created it manually, but this is not a solution.
I don’t understand, because everthing works fine, if I creat a manuall calender entry, but not with reading an ics-file. The entries, in my opinion, are the same.
All Versions (a±calender, davx5. nextcloud, Firmware NAS) are the newest version.
I hope someone can help me.
@zephyr750 The entry “RB Pfleiderer” seems to be erroneus, and when DAVx5 tries to send it to the server the server declines it.
In want to know, what exactly the error is, so I can fix the problem.
@zephyr750 I don’t know, the server throws this error without any additional information. Maybe have a look in the web server logs. You should be able to find more details about the error there.
I found a workaround. I read the ics-file in the nextcloud Calender and then it synchronize to my cellphone. But when I read the ics-file with the a±Calender, I could choose which Calender entries I want. This is on the workaround not possible.
@zephyr750 Okay, then NC seems to be able to process the file and offer it in a correct way so that it works with DAVx5, too. At least something