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The [CalendarListPlugin] provides a view into a schedule of events. (x past days, y futures days)
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Using this plugin you can have a calendar of the the year's events, recording them as you discover them, and the plugin will display a list of the most recent and upcoming events.
The [CalendarListPlugin] provides a view into a schedule of events. There are 3 available views--a list, a weekly calendar, and a monthly calendar. Views are generated from a 2-column table of events, date on the left, description on the right. The view selects events from the list which are between a given number of days in the past and a given number of days in the future and generates a colored display of those events.
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Here are two screen shots. [The first|ScottHurlbert/SVSchedule.JPG] shows the page with the complete schedule. [The second|ScottHurlbert/HomePage.JPG] shows a wiki page called '~HomePage' with a small section of the schedule displayed as a list.
This page of events:
[this page of events|SVSchedule.JPG]
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generates this calendar:
[This calendar|CalendarListPlugin/CalendarListPlugin.JPG]
Using this plugin you can have a calendar of the the year's events, recording them as you discover them, and the plugin will display a list of the most recent and upcoming events.
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CalendarListPlugin depends ''heavily'' on CSS. It wraps every output item in a span or div with a classname. In order for this all to work, you must either get a calendar-specific CSS file integrated with jspwiki.css, or you must deploy a separate .css file in your JSPWiki package and specify it using plugin parameters (see below). If you don't do this, your calendar will not even have separator lines between days (though the LIST format does work reasonably well).
There are a lot of parameters, but most of them are optional. The line below shows the minimum you need. Remember you can add the {{com.hurlbert.jspwiki.plugin}} to your {{}} file to shorten the line further.
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;__format__ (optional): Default: list\\This defines the output format. Valid values are LIST or WEEKLY. (More may be added later.)
;__format__ (optional): Default: list\\This defines the output format. Valid values are LIST, WEEKLY, or MONTHLY.
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;__hotcolor__ (optional): Default: red\\If the events are within 'hotdays' of today, they will show up as this color.
;__stylesheet__ (optional): Path to a style sheet to include in the generated page. If you don't include this parameter, you must integrate the stylesheet containing your calendar styles with jspwiki.css or other main stylesheet in the template you're using. By specifying the stylesheet path relative to the JSPWiki root directory, you can avoid this problem. Drop your calendar stylesheet (several are included in the distribution) in the main JSPWiki deployment directory (e.g. same directory as "Wiki.jsp"), and specify the path with this item, e.g. "stylesheet=~WhiteCalendar.css" (or "stylesheet=templates/default/~WhiteCalendar.css").
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;__warmcolor__ (optional): Default: brown\\If the events are within 'warmdays' of today, they will show up as this color.
;__stylename__ (mandatory): This defines a prefix for all the css stylenames build in to the calendar. When the calendar renders, it generates html div blocks for almost all elements. Each of these is given a class with the stylename prefixed to it. This is so you can have multiple styles in your css stylesheets and still assign them seperately on your calendar pages. For example, one of the styles the calendar outputs is called ''prefix''_TimedEventDesc. If you make the stylename parameter equal "myCal_" then the output for this style in the rendered HTML will be ''myCal_TimedEventDesc'' and if there is a matching style in your stylesheets, it will get applied.
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;__coldcolor__ (optional): Default: black\\If the events are within 'colddays' of today, they will show up as this color.
;__hotdays__ (optional): Default: 1\\The number of days worth of events to show with the hotcolor.
;__warmdays__ (optional): Default: 7\\The number of days worth of events to show with the warmcolor.
;__colddays__ (optional): Default: 14\\The number of days worth of events to show with the coldcolor.
;__pastcolor__ (optional): Default: #999999\\Events that are in the past will show as pastcolor.
;__listcolor__ (optional): Default: lightgrey\\Events that are in the future and not covered by the other colors will show as listcolor.
;__todaybgcolor__ (optional): Default: lightblue\\'Today' has todaybgcolor as the background color. This allows today to be seen easily.
;__headerbgcolor__ (optional): Default: #FOFOFO\\The header is the "Mon Tue Wed..." part at the top of the weekly calendar list. This color is used for the background of the header.
;__daybgcolor__ (optional): Default: #FOFOFO\\Each day will have daybgcolor as the background color, except for today. That will have todaybgcolor.
;__boldtoday__ (optional): Default: true\\If this is true, the event text for today will be bold.
!Format of the schedule page (not the output page).
!Format of the schedule page (not the output page, the page holding the events).
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[{INSERT com.hurlbert.jspwiki.plugin.CalendarList listpagename='SVSchedule'
pastdays='7' futuredays='15' hotdays=1 warmdays=2 colddays=7 listcolor=BLUE
hotcolor=darkgreen warmcolor=maroon coldcolor=blue format=WEEKLY
[{INSERT CalendarList listpagename='SVSchedule' pastdays='3' futuredays='35' format=WEEKLY stylename='PinkCal_'}]
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__Display a simlpe list with the default coloring__
__Display a simple list with the default coloring__
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* __todaybold__ is not working.
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* Items with no time show up as starting at 12:00 AM. I'd like to just have them sort to the top of the day and have no time, but until I can program someway to tell them apart from something that does start at 12:00 AM I'll leave this alone.
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* More formats.
* Add a calendar title parameter.
* More layouts.
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* Add an option for hard coding the start and end dates. Currently, the calendar floats through time. I thought of this feature for creating things like a schedule of holidays, or in my case, the year in pictures. Since I already store most of my pictures on line, by date - why not display them as a calendar.
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Love this plugin, I use it on my News page to keep track of upcoming birthdays. I added:\\
;__time__ (optional): Default: show time in a HH:MM format. time=NONE do not show the time. Good for tables with just events, like birthdays. \\
to stop the time from showing. (It's set up to do time='HH:MM' or time='HH' if the user wants some other time setup. Thanks again for the code!! -- [FosterSchucker]
Glad you like the plugin. Whenever I get back to it I'm reworking most of the formatting parameters to be CSS based. I'm glad you found the code useful. -- [Scott|ScottHurlbert]
I am kinda new to wiki. I have two questions:
Where do the class files go? Web-inf\lib ?
Do I change the text in the line to insert it at all and if so, how?
{{{[{INSERT com.hurlbert.jspwiki.plugin.CalendarList listpagename='SVSchedule'}]}}}
I have changed the listpagename to a wiki page I have created. Anything else?
This is what I see:
{{{%%( font-family: Arial; font-size: 60%; )
Plugin insertion failed: Could not find plugin com.hurlbert.jspwiki.plugin.CalendarList %% }}}
Thanks -- Dave S
Hi Dave
I run several wikis from set of source code by having a common jar file (renamed to *.war of course) with the wiki code and setting the properties of each wiki to use the jar (the properties and content of each wiki are obviously not in the jar :-). Setting up multi wikis to share a jar is described here, [MultipleWikis] . So, in the case of a jar, the plugins go in the jar under the folder:
where "jspwiki" is the folder that gets made into the jar/war file - jspwiki.war.
However, if you're not running as a war file, then you would put the plugin in a folder called:
However, you can really put the file anywhere you want below ..\classes and then reference it in the insert command. For example:
[[{INSERT com.wherever.someplace.anywhere.plugin.CalendarList ...}]
Remember that where ever you place it you can shorten the insert command by adding the path to the SearchPath in the file.
-- [Scott Hurlbert]
Thanks Scott. One important thing to note is that this Plugin requires the TodoListPlugin.
-- Dave S
David, thanks for pointing this out. __This is a bug.__ You are correct, the CalendarListPlugin currently depends on the TodoListPlugin, but that was not my intention. I'll fix it as soon as I post an update.
-- Thanks, [Scott Hurlbert]
The error message is saying it can not find the class file. You need to make sure that you have put the class so it can be found. In my case it's in the JSPWiki/WEB-INF/classes directory
-- [FosterSchucker]
''5/13/05 NT:\\
Here is a little tip: If you can't get the schedule to display, CHECK THE YEAR! :-)''
''06/19/06 Mike:\\
My plugin installation seems to work in LIST format only. When setting format to WEEKLY and pressing save, the web page hangs,
displaying an empty screen. Does anyone have an idea what may be wrong?
I really want to use nice display of calendar entries...
''2007-23-07 Torben (Torben.Fojuth\\
I have exactly the same Problemen. Has someone solved it in the meanwhile? Any kind of hint would be useful. :D
Q: And where should I put the stylesheets?
--AnonymousCoward, 03-Nov-2006
''31/07/07 Rauly\\
Hi i have a proglem when install CalendarListPlugin, the error is:
Plugin insertion failed: class "com.hurlbert.jspwiki.plugin.CalendarList"'s signer information does not match signer information of other classes in the same package
Know some way to resolve it? thaks
I have the same problem as above when trying the 'weekly' format.
Did anyone manage to solve this issue?
Thanks a lot,
--AnonymousCoward, 21-Nov-2007
Am interested in this plugin. Can u give me a jar file.My mail id I compiled the java code and got lot of errors.
I am having problems in the way the calendar is displayed. I don't see the borders for the calendar. Here is what I see...\\
[{Image src='calendarplugin1.jpg' width='900'}]\\
I used the following event list....\\\\
[{Image src='calendarplugin2.jpg' width='900'}]\\
I'm putted:
[{INSERT com.hurlbert.jspwiki.plugin.CalendarList listpagename='MyEvents'}]
And what I see it's
Plugin insertion failed: Plugin failed
calendars without dividing lines (as above) are caused by not including a stylesheet.
--Jerry Andrews, 11-Oct-2011 11:27
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