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  1. Sakai
  2. SAK-31413

Change the default configuration in sakai 11.0 so that the option for users to generate a private URL for a calendar is enabled by default, create an additional property: ical.public.secureurl.subscribe

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      1/ set ical.opaqueurl.subscribe=true in sakai.properties file, login as 'maintainer', visit the Calendar tool in a site, you should see the "Publish (Private)" button

      2/ set ical.opaqueurl.subscribe=false in properties file, restart, then visit the Calendar tool in a siteas a maintainer, you should NOT see the "Publish (Private)" button

      3/ replace 'ical.opaqueurl.subscribe' with 'ical.public.secureurl.subscribe' and set to true, restart, and, visit the Calendar tool in a site as a maintainer, you should see the "Publish (Private)" button

      4/ set ical.public.secureurl.subscribe=false, restart, then visit the Calendar tool in a site as a maintainer, you should NOT see the "Publish (Private)" button

      5/ remove 'ical.public.secureurl.subscribe' (and double check that there is not still property 'ical.opaqueurl.subscribe'), restart server, then visit the Calendar tool in a site as a maintainer, you should see the "Publish (Private)" button

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      1/ set ical.opaqueurl.subscribe=true in sakai.properties file, login as 'maintainer', visit the Calendar tool in a site, you should see the "Publish (Private)" button 2/ set ical.opaqueurl.subscribe=false in properties file, restart, then visit the Calendar tool in a siteas a maintainer, you should NOT see the "Publish (Private)" button 3/ replace 'ical.opaqueurl.subscribe' with 'ical.public.secureurl.subscribe' and set to true, restart, and, visit the Calendar tool in a site as a maintainer, you should see the "Publish (Private)" button 4/ set ical.public.secureurl.subscribe=false, restart, then visit the Calendar tool in a site as a maintainer, you should NOT see the "Publish (Private)" button 5/ remove 'ical.public.secureurl.subscribe' (and double check that there is not still property 'ical.opaqueurl.subscribe'), restart server, then visit the Calendar tool in a site as a maintainer, you should see the "Publish (Private)" button

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      Change the default configuration in Sakai 11.0 so that the option to allow all users to 'privately' publish (the 'Publish (Private)' button) site calendars is always shown. This property was called 'ical.opaqueurl.subscribe' but an additional property should be added called "ical.public.secureurl.subscribe". It should be chained, see: SAK-31325.

      The default value should be TRUE

      This is notably distinct from the 'Publish (Public)' facility as the URL that is generated here is un-guessable and is NOT meant for public circulation. If compromised, it can be regenerated.

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                  adamm Adam Marshall
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