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What is VCalendar?     
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VCalendar (Virtual Calendar) is an open source Web calendar application with related tools, for posting and maintaining events and schedules online, in calendar format....

How to: Create Scripts and Edit Event Handlers  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
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As you edit an HTML document in Visual Studio 2005, you can create client-script functions that cause elements on the page to respond to user actions. For example, if your page contains an HTML button (an input type="button" element, not an ASP.NET Button server control), you can select a button and then add a client-script event handler for its click event. The DefaultClientScript Property of an HTML document or ASP.NET Web page sets the default scripting language that is used for new client-si...

Button Click Events not firing ? - ASP.NET     
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You may be unable to see the button click events firing on certain machines though it may work in some other machines. Mostly when you are developing in your local system, the events do work well. But once you move the code to production, the button click events may not fire at all. This might rise after you install the Microsoft .NET Framework Service Pack 1, which will stop the PostBack Events on client side validation....

Event Logging in .NET     
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In an earlier article we had discussed how new tracing and debugging techniques in .NET make debugging easier. In this article we will view the event logging API that comes with .NET. We will also create a small library that can be used in most enterprise level applications that overcomes a few shortcomings of the standard .NET API for event logging. All the classes required for logging events to the windows event log are in the System.Diagnostics package. The most important class is the EventLo...

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