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Can anybody help me with a tutorial or article on creating a holiday
calendar for our Intranet site please. I need our HR staff to be able to
input holiday dates for staff to a db and then have the dates shown on a
monthly calendar on teh website. I cannot find any info on how to go about
this.

TIA

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Mar 25 '08 #1
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On Mar 25, 2:24*pm, "ats@jbex" <al...@allenjones.NOSPAM.co.PLEASE.uk>
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Can anybody help me with a tutorial or article on creating a holiday
calendar for our Intranet site please. I need our HR staff to be able to
input holiday dates for staff to a db and then have the dates shown on a
monthly calendar on teh website. I cannot find any info on how to go about
this.

TIA

--
ats@jbex

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Don't believe them
Question everything you're told

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Maybe MonthCalendar control may be useful for you:
http://www.startvbdotnet.com/controls/datetime.aspx
Mar 25 '08 #2

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ats
On Tue, 25 Mar 2008 05:54:41 -0700 (PDT), kimiraikkonen wrote:
On Mar 25, 2:24*pm, "ats@jbex" <al...@allenjones.NOSPAM.co.PLEASE.uk>
wrote:
>Can anybody help me with a tutorial or article on creating a holiday
calendar for our Intranet site please. I need our HR staff to be able to
input holiday dates for staff to a db and then have the dates shown on a
monthly calendar on teh website. I cannot find any info on how to go about
this.

TIA

--
ats@jbex

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Don't believe them
Question everything you're told

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Maybe MonthCalendar control may be useful for you:
http://www.startvbdotnet.com/controls/datetime.aspx
Mmmm. Had a quick look and while it may be useful a user would have to
click on a date and see any holidays booked for that date in a seperate
box. I want to display a full month but with each day showing who is off on
holiday, similar to the Outlook Calendar in its Month View. Thanks anyway.
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Mar 25 '08 #3

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If you need it urgently,

You can use google calender and Create events there.
-just a thought.
Thunderbird and Outlook can pull the Calender items into them, so
technically you might not have to write a thing

:-)

M.

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Can anybody help me with a tutorial or article on creating a holiday
calendar for our Intranet site please. I need our HR staff to be able to
input holiday dates for staff to a db and then have the dates shown on a
monthly calendar on teh website. I cannot find any info on how to go about
this.

TIA

--
ats@jbex

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Don't believe them
Question everything you're told

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Mar 25 '08 #4

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ats
On Tue, 25 Mar 2008 11:22:52 -0400, Miro wrote:
If you need it urgently,

You can use google calender and Create events there.
-just a thought.
Thunderbird and Outlook can pull the Calender items into them, so
technically you might not have to write a thing

:-)

M.
I may look at that option but will eventually need to write something here
myself though :-(

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Mar 25 '08 #5

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I may look at that option but will eventually need to write something here
myself though :-(

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Can you not ask the lady who serves the coffee, or better hire a developper
as you don't want to do something yourself?

Just my thought reading your reply

-Cor

Mar 26 '08 #6

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ats
On Tue, 25 Mar 2008 11:27:15 -0700, Ju********@home.net wrote:
Your question is so general that I don't know what you really want but
possibly some code of mine on PSC might help get you started.

Look up "Holidate" in VB to get started. It should apply quite easily
to .NET via the conversion process.

Mike

On Tue, 25 Mar 2008 12:24:37 +0000, in
microsoft.public.dotnet.languages.vb "ats@jbex"
<al***@allenjones.NOSPAM.co.PLEASE.ukwrote:

Thanks for that
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Mar 26 '08 #7

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