Where can i download Calendar Javabean component?

Posted on 2003-11-26
Last Modified: 2008-02-01
Dear experts,

I plan to place a Calendar control in my application.
Could anybody suggest me where can i get a one?

Thanks in advance
Question by:Aathi
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This question seems to come over and over again.
(Indeed, I still wondered why this basic functionality isn't in the JDK)

I use (after some bugfixing) this one:

Here you can find a bugfixed version:
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looks very nice in my opinion... but it's not for free
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Looks like you have the bad attitude not to close your questions. (19 open Qs)
Could you please close this one or let us know why you don't?

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