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Need help with creating a calendar of events

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Joe
Hi,

I want to create a calendar of events on a web page similar to asp.calendar
control. I want to remove the links from the days that have no events thereby
making them non-clickable. I want to store the information in the MS Access
DB that I will display when a user clicks on the day. When a user clicks on a
day I want to display the information on the same page as the calendar. I
have no idea as where to being and how to do this as I am new to .net world.
Can someone give me some idea or info so that I can start on right path? FYI,
I am coding pages using VB.NET, so don’t tell me solutions in C#. I don’t
know C#.

Is there any code that does soemthing smiliar to what I want to create?

Thanks for your time,

Joe

Nov 19 '05 #1
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Hi Joe:

For starters, you'll need to look at the DayRender event.
Here is a primer:
http://odetocode.com/Articles/223.aspx

Hope this helps,

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Scott
http://www.OdeToCode.com/blogs/scott/
Hi,

I want to create a calendar of events on a web page similar to
asp.calendar control. I want to remove the links from the days that
have no events thereby making them non-clickable. I want to store the
information in the MS Access DB that I will display when a user clicks
on the day. When a user clicks on a day I want to display the
information on the same page as the calendar. I have no idea as where
to being and how to do this as I am new to .net world. Can someone
give me some idea or info so that I can start on right path? FYI, I am
coding pages using VB.NET, so don't tell me solutions in C#. I don't
know C#.

Is there any code that does soemthing smiliar to what I want to
create?

Thanks for your time,

Joe

Nov 19 '05 #2

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