[Davical-general] Fwd: Re: Folders/Groups and Mountain Lion

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[Davical-general] Fwd: Re: Folders/Groups and Mountain Lion

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Betreff: Re: [Davical-general] Folders/Groups and Mountain Lion
Datum: Sun, 29 Jul 2012 22:01:22 -0700
Von: Daniel E. Sabath <[hidden email]>
An: Graf Roit <[hidden email]>

For what it's worth, I'm getting the same error an symptoms on Mountain


On 29 Jul 2012, at 3:27 PM, Graf Roit <[hidden email]
<mailto:[hidden email]>> wrote:

> Hello,
> i can confirm this. Same to me. I know, there is an patch in the git
> repository for an address book issue.. But at this Time, i wasn't able
> to test it, as i'm just now installed Mountain Lion. Will testet the
> next days and report to the list.
> Bye
> Rudolf
> Am 29.07.2012 um 17:38 schrieb [hidden email]
> <mailto:[hidden email]>:
>> Folders/Groups and Mountain Lion *Hi,
>> there seems to be an issue creating an now Folder/Group with the new
>> kontakte.app (german, original maybe addressbook.app?) shipped with
>> Mac OS X Mountain Lion.
>> I have installed latest dvical / postgresql on Debian 6.0.5. using
>> caldav and carddav with SSL
>> After updating to Mountain Lion, I couldn't see any entries within
>> folders/Groups in the addressbook.
>> After creating a new folder/group to copy some address-entries into
>> it, I got the following error-message, after a refresh of
>> addressbook.app:
>> [NSInvalidArgumentException] -[CoreDAVNullParser rootElement]:
>> unrecognized selector sent to instance 0x7fb27d703120
>> On IOS everything looks fine. Folders can be seen, and the
>> address-entries too.
>> After manipulating an existing Folder/group under Mountain Lion (I
>> dropped a new address-entry into to "empty" folder) all entries of
>> the folder seen before on the IOS-Device were vanished.
>> Otherwise all adress-entries are still there (thank god!) and can be
>> seen, if no folder is chosen.
>> At the time, it seems, that creating a new or manipulating existing
>> folders/groups under Mountain Lion does not work anymore.
>> Christian *

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