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simulation of a calender field in web

Hi

Please tell how can i create a field that can show a caleneder(like the one shown in notes application in layout regions) in web applications.
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SGayathri
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ghassan99Commented:
This can not be done in R4.  This is only available for notes clients and they must be inside layout regions.  This is possible in R5, this calendar tool is included as a java applet which u can embed in your web page.
Check these sites I think there are some 3rd party calendar tools, but not sure.
http://www.erols.com/ivesco/webcal.zip
http://www.ivesco.com
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SGayathriAuthor Commented:
Hi ghassan99,

Thanks for your reply. I went to site www.ivesco.com. There is a 3 rd party tool for calender in web.

But i want to test the java applet. I am having R5 downloaded version. so, where can i find the calender class.

Thanks,
Gayathri.
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ghassan99Commented:
Try Create-embedded element-Date Picker in the form design
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ghassan99Commented:
Check this site as well it has some cool stuff:
http://waterworks.lotus.com/katlc2.nsf/Javascriptview?openview
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SGayathriAuthor Commented:
Hi Ghassan99,

Thanks for your tips. The datepicker won't work on web.

If you don't mind can i have your mail id. My mail id is m_gayathri@hotmail.com.


Thanks,
Gayathri.

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ghassan99Commented:
It didnt work!
I'm sorry I worked only on the beta version of R5, I was sure that they made it work...anyway u can use it now without being forced to use the layout region. My email is ghassan99@yahoo.com or @hotmail.com :)
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