Yes, this is the wanted behaviour and no, there is no option for that.
I’m using Baikal as a CalDav server. I gave such name to my calendar:
DavDroid didn’t sync the calendar. I’ve installed CatLog for debugging and found the message saying that there’s forbidden sign in calendar name. I changed the name to:
and reconfigured DavDroid from scratch and it started working.
My addressbook also had a whitespace in the name, but syncing was ok.
Device: ZTE Grand X In
Android version: 4.0.4 (GXI_V1.0.0B02)
DavDroid version: 0.6.2 from F-droid
Server version: Baikal 0.2.7 on centos 6.4 (Virtual Server, Apache is using .well-known)
Steps to reproduce:
Calendar is not syncing when a whitespace is in calendar’s name. Contacts are syncing with no problem though there’s also a whitespace in calendar’s display name.
Calendar is syncing.
Unfortunately I didn’t manage to collect the logs and I’m currently to busy to play around with that. In general when I opened CatLog and filtered with DavDroid I could see an error regarding calendar syncing similar to:
Unexpected character at 3 column in “My Calendar”
Forbidden character at 3 column in “My Calendar”
Just a guess, but maybe the server sends a whitespace in the URL instead of %20?
Hmm, not sure. Note that it is not a calendar name but calendar display name.
In my particular situation it was:
Calendar name: default
Calendar display name: Kalendarz CalDav
So the URL is like:
And when metadata is downloaded to DavCal after successful logging in I can see the calendar display name in DavCal.
Can’t reproduce this problem: I have just tried with Baikal 0.2.7 and the current DAVdroid version and a calendar with Display Name “My Calendar With Whitespace” was added and synchronized without problems.
Maybe your problem is not related to the Display Name? Can you provide logs or a demo account (firstname.lastname@example.org)?
Any news on this?