Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 478870
Adding recurring events to Sunbird with Google Provider fails
Last modified: 2009-12-18 02:30:01 EST
Description of problem:
When saving a recurring events to a Google Calendar with Sunbird and the Provider for Google Calendar installed, the ending date is not saved correctly, and future dates of the event are therefore not saved.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Provider for Google Calendar 0.5.1
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Add recurring event with Google Provider installed.
2. Select ends on specific day. Select a date in the future.
3. Save the event to a Google Calendar
4. Navigate to all future dates where recurring event should occur, to verify.
Not all future dates are saved. When re-opening the event, it shows a different ending date than the one initially entered.
All future dates for recurring event should be saved.
Untested in i386
I have been unable to find a correlation between the end date that is chosen and the end date that ultimately gets saved. Problem seems to only occur on new events: editing existing events seems to work fine, so each time a new recurring event is added, it must be corrected and saved again.
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