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I wanted to implement appointment in vCalendar via JSP/Java for  small booking system. i.e. when user book a session, a vCalendar is automatically sent to the user's mailbox.

do you know if there is any API or any example which I could kick start with?

Thank you.
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Hi!

Thank you for your quick response. This package seems to be a standalone package. Can I find out if you have done any simple example to sent vCalendar using this with JSP into Exchange/outlook mail box?

Thank you.
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you'll need to create your vcal object and send it as an attachment (using JavaMail)
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by:Tuan_Jean
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I am sorry for my naiveness in this matter. Are you able to assist me with how to create a vcal object? Thank you.
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Grab the source from the above package and extract the code it uses to create vcal files.
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Thank you. I shall give it a go.
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Hi. I have had a look, but I really can't figure out where the vcal object is created. I am happy to increase the points, if you could help me in this topic.

There are very few vCal implementation in Java when I search on google. However, it seems like the vbscript has got more discussion in this topic. Is Java the wrong tech to implement this type of thing?
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Have a look at the TerminMemory class.
It has an export_vCalendar() method.
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by:kennethxu
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you might want to have a look this this one and ask for the code:
http://forum.java.sun.com/thread.jsp?forum=43&thread=169827&start=15&range=15&hilite=false&q=
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