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Calendar and OC4J

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Hello,

Not a programmer at all so I apologize if this makes no sense.

We have an old app that runs on Windows Server 2003 and uses OC4J. We
wanted to add a calendar to the app that we could add information to the
dates so users could see what is going on with the system. As I look for a
free calendar for the web they all seem to want to run on either IIS or
Apache.

Is there something I should be looking for to have the calendar work under
OC4J. Maybe J2EE?

Could I just find a Java based calendar and would that work.

What is the Web Root directory in my OC4J folder

If I am in the wrong newsgroup could someone please point me in the proper
direction.

Thanks

Larry C

Jan 31 '08 #1
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Larry C wrote:
Hello,

Not a programmer at all so I apologize if this makes no sense.

We have an old app that runs on Windows Server 2003 and uses OC4J. We
wanted to add a calendar to the app that we could add information to the
dates so users could see what is going on with the system. As I look for a
free calendar for the web they all seem to want to run on either IIS or
Apache.
Since it's for displaying the calendar on websites (HTML), of course
they need a webserver. You can use Tomcat and jsp to generate HTML pages
with the information, probably the other Java servlet containers do
aswell.

There are calendar "renderers" out there, in JavaScript, PHP etc., maybe
even in jsp, that you can use. Bother a searchengine with this ;)
Is there something I should be looking for to have the calendar work under
OC4J. Maybe J2EE?

Could I just find a Java based calendar and would that work.
I would think outputting an HTML page is the better way than to make an
applet.
What is the Web Root directory in my OC4J folder

If I am in the wrong newsgroup could someone please point me in the proper
direction.

Thanks

Larry C
Jun 27 '08 #2

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