Re: [Evolution] PCS

Well, although it is a corba object ('server'), and could potentially be
used remotely, in reality it is just another local object, used via a
corba interface.

Its used as an IPC mechanism rather than a RPC mechanism.

On Sat, 2002-04-06 at 07:58, Val Schmidt wrote:
Can you explain that a little more...

Maybe give me a little scenario of how it might work.

I don't mean to be dumb, but this isn't explained well anywhere in the
ximian/evolution documentation or website.  I really appreciate your

On Fri, 2002-04-05 at 16:43, JP Rosevear wrote:
On Fri, 2002-04-05 at 13:53, Val Schmidt wrote:
Yes of course, the PCS is a server, my mistake.  

I see.  So the if I'm on a route-able network, I specify the PCS, i.e.
ip address or host name of my colleagues in their contact entry under
the 'colaboration' tab and my Evolution software will send them my
public/free information and query their PCS for the same, is that

It's a peer to peer model, yes?

No.  The pcs only handles information for a single user right now.  The
free/busy url under the collaboration page is for scheduling in the
calendar and must point at valid iCalendar formatted text.

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Val E. Schmidt
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Columbia University
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