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Calmaster: Permission Denied Error (X-NSCP-WCAP-ERRNO = 28) When Performing WCAP Operations (Doc ID 1363305.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 05, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Communications Calendar Server - Version 6.3 (JCS 6) and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

The user uses login.wcap to get a session ID.
Calmaster authentication issue when performing WCAP operations, e.g.

  1. Go to http://calendarserver/login.wcap?fmt-out=text/xml&user=calmaster&password=password
  2. Copy value of X-NSCP-WCAP-SESSION-ID
  3. Go to http://calendarserver/fetchcomponents_by_range.wcap?id=[FromStep2]&fmt-out=text/xml&dtstart=20100601T150000Z&dtend=20111231T160000Z&calid=[anyothercalendar]
  4. Value of X-NSCP-WCAP-ERRNO = 28

The error means:

ACCESS_DENIED_TO_CALENDAR 28 Command failed. The user is denied access to a calendar
A normal result would be:

 

<iCalendar>
−
<iCal version="2.0" prodid="-///Calendar Hosting Server//EN">
<X-NSCP-WCAP-SESSION-ID>C+mFN1ZXeRs</X-NSCP-WCAP-SESSION-ID>
<X-NSCP-WCAP-USER-ID>calmaster@<DOMAIN></X-NSCP-WCAP-USER-ID>
<X-NSCP-WCAP-CALENDAR-ID>calmaster@<DOMAIN></X-NSCP-WCAP-CALENDAR-ID>
<X-NSCP-RECURRENCE-BOUND>60</X-NSCP-RECURRENCE-BOUND>
<X-NSCP-WCAP-ERRNO>0</X-NSCP-WCAP-ERRNO>
</iCal>
</iCalendar>



Changes

 

Cause

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