JOB OFFER: ASP calendar script reading from .mdb file

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Hello, i'm in need of and ASP script that draws a calendar which can be navigated forward and backwards,
should continue to draw calendar in page as user selects to move from month to month.

this calendar requires to have links present on the days where there are events scheduled, which it would need to
read from an .mdb file.

this .mdb file has to site outside the root directory of the html site.

a separate admin form to manage the events would be needed,
as in a page where one could see the events and delete or add to it.

I have no idea what something like this would cost,
although I'm open for suggestions.

currently already now have a different application using the ADODB.Connection.

would need this new Calendar script to use same method of dB connection. the dB would need to be ("../../data/events.mdb")


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''''' app database
set cn = Server.CreateObject("ADODB.Connection")
cn.Open "provider=microsoft.jet.oledb.4.0;data source=" & server.MapPath("../../data/list.mdb") & ";"
  1. ''''' app database
  2. set cn = Server.CreateObject("ADODB.Connection")
  3. cn.Open "provider=microsoft.jet.oledb.4.0;data source=" & server.MapPath("../../data/list.mdb") & ";"



not a lot of effort should be spend on the look of things
as I will complete this by blending it in with existing site.

This is for a not-for-profit site which I webmaster,
so this script can not go into the hundreds of dollars.
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Steen,

Since this is for a non-profit group you might just want to check out Ocean12 Calendar Manager. There is a free version (which looks like it meets all your requirements including the Access database) and a pro version for only $19.95.

My guess is it's probably very easy to set up and you could probably do it yourself.

//edit - I just downloaded it and am going to try a quick install with it, but here's the documentation if you want to check it out.
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right on, thanks.
I found a couple more like this ... but this one seems to be the lowest priced for the express version.

I'll play around with it ... seems to be just what I needed.

thanks for sure.
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*smiles -- Yeah - free is good.

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