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|0004401||SOGo Connector||with external server||public||2018-02-12 19:50||2018-02-12 19:50|
|Platform||Thunderbird||OS||Ubuntu||OS Version||14.04 LTS|
|Target Version||Fixed in Version|
|Summary||0004401: Moving a contact deletes other contacts|
|Description||Thunderbird 52.6.0 with Sogo connector 31.0.5 running on LUbuntu 14.04 LTS.|
Server is Baikal 0.4.6 on EL6.
Moving a contact from a sync folder to some other folder (esp. non sync folder) results in that contact being copied to other folder, and then the first contact in the source folder gets deleted.
Pretty serious as if you aren't near the top of the list, you don't notice your contacts being deleted without trace from the server.
The source address book also stops showing the contact that was moved.
|Steps To Reproduce||More than one contact in a sync folder|
Drag contact to other folder
|Additional Information||This debug output is seen when moving the card:|
*** new sync: 9
Exception getting pref 'extensions.ca.inverse.addressbook.groupdav.pab.url':
[Exception... "Component returned failure code: 0x8000ffff (NS_ERROR_UNEXPECTED) [nsIPrefBranch.getCharPref]" nsresult: "0x8000ffff (NS_ERROR_UNEXPECTED)" location: "JS frame :: chrome://sogo-connector/content/general/preference.service.addressbook.groupdav.js :: GdPSvc__getPref :: line 126" data: no] (126) - ignoring...
*** a request is already active for url: null
cardKeys: 1 to delete
delete: 1 cards
card to delete: 'aaa aaa'
we delete: 12345678-B3F0-0001-85ED-65E11230DFD0.vcf with deleteLocally=true
GOT STATUS: 204
webdav_delete on 'https://server/url/addressbooks/user/shared/12345678-B3F0-0001-85ED-65E11230DFD0.vcf' [^]
done drop delete
The GUIDs and card name have been replaced - in reality they report the GUID/name of the first card in the sync'd list and are unrelated to the card being dragged between address books.
Probably related to issue 4225.
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|2018-02-12 19:50||AndyJ||New Issue|
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