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Hi ,

I need to write code for calender appointment reminder page (Which is like MSout look calender page).

Can you please suggest me the code or any idea which is suitable for this

Thanks in Advance ....

 
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Hi Masepogu,

welcome to the JavaRanch!

I think it requires a little bit more effort to mimic the functionality of MS Outlook. You can't expect anyone to post a few samples of code here and everything just works. I guess you have to think about a solution yourself and come up with more specific questions here in order to get some help

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The RichFaces framework has a calendar control that can be used without too much trouble to create/view/edit agendas. However, the actual reminder mechanisms, backing stores and other non-GUI parts of the system are up to you.
 
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