Need an opensource calendar code in java

I am creating an organizations Events page where user can look for different events riteria such as  day, month or year. I was looking for a calendar similar to this in java
http://www.technikz.de/ where user can search for differnt events based on their click on days, month or year.

I am using JSP&Servlets with java on Apache Tomcat 4.1.3

Any help will be greatly appreciated

 
royalcyberAsked:
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royalcyberAuthor Commented:
but in these examples the calendar does not populate differnt pages based on the selected date
http://www.technikz.de/ 

Please help
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suprapto45Commented:
Hi,

I do believe that it would be good if you can have it in JavaScript instead of Java. It would be faster, efficient and easy ;) and a lot of free javascript calendars are available.

David
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suprapto45Commented:
If you really want to create into something like http://www.technikz.de/ where you can see the popup of the overview of the events in the calendar itself, here is my idea. As it is a dynamic calendar, you need to have a back-end process that runs frequently (say hourly) to generate a HTML files against the DB for every month of this year. So the logic would be on your back-end process and not in the front-end.

If you want to hardcoded the events popup, that would be easier, you do not need to create the scheduled back-end process. However, you need to update this calendar manually everytime the new events are created.

I hope that helps

David
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