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Last month I answered a question about implementing native events in C++ (see C++ At Work: Event Programming). I discussed events in general and showed how to use an interface to define event handlers for your class that clients must implement to handle events.
MSDN Magazine March 2006
I have been trying to link a WEBCAL calendar into a calendar Web part in MOSS 2007. I am able to import the WEBCAL into my Outlook, but have not figured out how to do so in a Web Part. I have tried tying it back to my Outlook 2007 calendar, directly entering
the WEBCAL URL, and tried it as a Page View web Part as well. I have had no luck other than getting various error messages saying that the URL is invalid or the page cannot be displayed.
I need the WEBCAL calendar to appear like an Outlook calendar, but on the MOSS page.
Here is an example WECAL URL that i have been working with. webcal://www.ercot.com/ical/meetings?host_id=TAC
Any help or comments would be appreciated
ÃÂ ÃÂ ÃÂ ÃÂ I am working with the Report Viewer webpart on sharepoint 2007 to display reports from another server (native reports). So now i am showing around 4 RS reports on the sharepoint site side by side.ÃÂ The reports seem to appear fine.
Now when i try to change theÃÂ title of the Report Viewer webpart to display the name of the report it just dosent seem to change for more than one. Every time iÃÂ click 'Modify Shared Webpart' the title of the report viewer webpart reverts back to the default 'Report Viewer'.
I also tried opening the sharepoint page using the 'Sharepoint Designer'. The titles seem to reflect the entries i have entered. But the titles just dont appear on the sharepoint page.
I have been trying to figure out if there is some autogeneration of webpart titles taking place but just cant seem to figure that out. Any help would be greatly appreciated as i have been stuck on this for quite some time.
In Part 2, the authors cover core OS Event Tracing for Windows (ETW) events as well as present simple scripts to demonstrate a few basic accounting techniques on some of the OS events introduced.
Alex Bendetov, Insung Park
MSDN Magazine October 2009