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Repeat Schedule Functionality

TheBull369
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I have an application that allows users to enter event into a database that a lot of people share. One of the things they would like to see added is the ability to setup entries that repeat. I know the mail template has this functionality but I am not sure how to port that out to anotehr application. Has anyone done this or have any insight on what my application would need in order to utilize this subform?
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Hi TheBull369,
I don't know other way to do this except to study subforms:
    (RepeatForm)    - the main subform for repeating events
    (RepeatOpenListWide)
    (RepeatOpenList)
    (ChangeRepeat)

Marko

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TheBull369,
also look at Sub RaiseRepeatInstanceDialog in CSEventNotes script library.

Hope this helps,
Marko
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TheBull369,
you can look here http:Q_20821198.html to find the way to locate the repeating event example in Sandbox.

Hope this helps,
Marko

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TheBull369,
this advice can be helpful:
    http:Q_21234034.html

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Thank you! Just the right clues I needed
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