CGCalendar edit in the frontend - is that possible

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janvl
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CGCalendar edit in the frontend - is that possible

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Hi,

i am trying to have a user edit the fullcalendar in the frontend after logging in with FEU.

Is that possible with tag parameters or is there an easy way to achieve this?


Second question, can i add an event with a smartytag?

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Jan
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Re: CGCalendar edit in the frontend - is that possible

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IIRC CGcalendar doesn't offer an api at all to do such things.

This means you'd either have to write your own logic with the risk of breaking stuff on upgrade, ask the module develop if he's willing to add features or consider another module.

Depending on your requirements maybe LISE could be an alternative. I haven't checked out the new version thoroughly yet but I think it has some decent filtering options for dates now.

Still you'd need to write some code probably.
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Hi Velden,

Thanks, as you can see i am still building this ticketsystem.

I will make a UDT to pour eventdata into CGCalendar, i did that in another install with php only.
With a UDT it will hopefully work after updates.

To keep things managable I will put a form underneath the fullcalendar where 1 event can be changed.
Not the most beautyfull solution but it will work(i hope).

regards,
Jan
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Re: CGCalendar edit in the frontend - is that possible

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Hi

it is possible to have FEU users edit the events in the frontend, it is in the calendar settings.

regards,
Jan
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