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Plugins - Calendar SQL Backend
Category: Add-ons

This plugin implements a SQL-based backend for user calendar data for the SquirrelMail Calendar plugin.


Version 1.1
by Paul Lesniewski on Jun 15, 2005
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[ calendar_sql_backend-1.1-2.0.tar.gz tarball (14200 d/l) Help ]
Requires: Pear and SQL-compliant database

Description:
  • Fixed (added) wildcard detection of calendar readers, writers, owners
  • Minor schema change for MS SQL Server support. Anyone upgrading from earlier versions will either want to change all instances of "evt_end" and "evt_start" in the config file to "end" and "start" or alter your database:
        alter table events change end evt_end datetime;
        alter table events change start evt_start datetime;

Older versions

Version 1.0.1
by Paul Lesniewski on Apr 14, 2005
[ calendar_sql_backend-1.0.1-2.0.tar.gz tarball (3464 d/l) Help ]
Requires: Pear and SQL-compliant database

Description:
  • Fixed inability to enter events with quotes in summary or description


Version 1.0
by Paul Lesniewski on Apr 9, 2005
[ calendar_sql_backend-1.0-2.0.tar.gz tarball (2313 d/l) Help ]
Requires: Pear and SQL-compliant database

Description: Initial Release

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