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Substituting date/time in a calendar

  Asked By: Joshua    Date: Jul 27    Category: Sharepoint    Views: 1087

I have a SharePoint calendar with an entry that has the typical start and end
date/times for the event.

How can I substitue the end date/time (for example) with a calculated column
date/time?

The reason for the question is that this "calculated" column date/time was
derived by subtracting a standard column number like 1.0 from the time part of
the date. This becomes the new end date/time that needs to be placed in the
calendar end date/time to take advantage of the reocurring function - which I
still need for the calendar function to work properly for the event I want to
create.

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4 Answers Found

 
Answer #1    Answered By: Akshara Negalur     Answered On: Jul 27

I am using LDAP Novell E-Directory.


Here are steps that I took...

Made the appropriate modifications in the OAM server.
installed the webgate on sharepoint  server (so far i have everything on one
server except the OAM, LDAP and ISA) I have the servers talking to these
servers.
enabled SSO and other setting as showed on this url
technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc262932.aspx
extended the webapp to internet zone.
Made the proper entries in the web.configs for both central admin and the
extended version.
changed the authentication provider for internet to use form based
authentication
added the ldap user through peoplepicker to the webapp by going through policy
for webapplication link
from ssp, made a new connection for ldap and used custom source and imported all
of the ldap users.
added ldap user to the site collection administrator.
created a oamHttpModular.dll file and put in into windows assembly folder and
made necessary modification to the web.config file for the extended site.

I get the oam login screen and it logs me in but when I get the sharepoint FBA
login screen it doesn't log me in using my ldap credentials.

 
Answer #2    Answered By: Timothy Davis     Answered On: Jul 27

I think you lost me on this one. How does it substitute data in one column  for
the other?

 
Answer #3    Answered By: Adya Deshmane     Answered On: Jul 27

If you just want to change the way the data is displayed, you should be
able to modify the view to include whatever information you need.

 
Answer #4    Answered By: Siobhan Waller     Answered On: Jul 27

Can you try using a SPD workflow that will calculate and fill in the end  date
each time  an item is created?

 
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