For a role, when I tried to assign access to Calender. It throws folloingerror,\nI am using 3.3 version **acl_query(): ACO Section: application ACO Value: delete ARO Section: user ARO Value 4 ACL ID: Result:** Let me know, if I am doing any thing wrong

asked 16 Sep '16, 06:32

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What are you trying to achieve? Have you checked the assigned roles via Sysadmin? You can also set default permissions for roles rather than configure for each user. Watch out - I think Calendar changed name to Events which can be confusing if looking for this. Cheers, Sasquatch
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answered 17 Sep '16, 00:34

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thanks. I will check for that. I was heartbreaking a new role with specific all.
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answered 17 Sep '16, 21:50

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answered 17 Sep '16, 21:50

some spell mistake . I was creating a new role with specific acl.
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