outlook web access component in an IFRAME

Posted on 2003-10-21
Last Modified: 2010-05-19

I have a difficult one.  I am displaying an outlook web access component in an IFRAME.  See code below:

<IFRAME id="Boardroom" src="http://exchangeserver/exchange/MarlowBoardroom/Calendar/?cmd=contents&View=Monthly" width="100%" height="100%"></IFRAME>

I am running this code on the exchange server and need to know how to determine what date the user has selected.

Has anyone any ideas????

Cheers Iain
Question by:iJolly4
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Expert Comment

ID: 9592091
Iframe, I think, only works with IE4+ or Netscape 6+

Is this by chance your issue?

Expert Comment

ID: 9592111
Found this as well:

<p>Example of Framing!<p>
<iframe name=‘main’

Author Comment

ID: 9597244
I can actually get the Iframe to work I just need to be able to get the date from the Outlook web acces component.

Accepted Solution

JasonBigham earned 250 total points
ID: 9599239
Had to track it down, lost my bookmark. But here it is:

Pretty slick stuff, I need to revisit this and maybe implement.

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