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Posted on 2006-06-15
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Hi everybody..

I want to ask..is there any free swing component library which provides the Calendar and scheuling components like those in outlook...?

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Question by:Muhammad Khan
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thanx objects... let me see this..
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thanx...objects... this gives me the Datapicker component. but the actual bet is Calendar and schedular... like the ones in Outlook...
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not aware of anything sorry, you'll probably need to build that yourself.
Its really more an application than a just a component.
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For your reference these are the images...
lke in the following image.i need both the month view(left) and the day view(right) of calendar
http://img126.imageshack.us/img126/6076/calendar4up.jpg


like in the following schedular image.. i need the schedular component(right) which is able to display the free and occupied time of an entity...

http://img126.imageshack.us/img126/5153/schedular9sd.jpg

thanks
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There is something here as well:

http://www.java-calendar.com/ 
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