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sourabh dubey
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hi,
i want to access yahoo calendar to set and gett meeting please help me to to this i you have sample code then please share it
Ulf Dittmer
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I would imagine that Yahoo has a developer site that has example code. That's most likely the best place to start.


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bhanu chowdary
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Welcome to the ranch Sourabh
sourabh dubey
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Ulf Dittmer wrote:I would imagine that Yahoo has a developer site that has example code. That's most likely the best place to start.


i have visited yahoo developer site but din't get any thing related to calendar so please help me to this give me sample code if you have.
sourabh dubey
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I tried following javax mail api for send meeting request to yahoo but it sended ics access attechment.what should i do? please reply.


code is

Ulf Dittmer
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I think I'm missing something - how would sending an email to a Yahoo account help with accessing its calendar API?
sourabh dubey
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Ulf Dittmer wrote:I think I'm missing something - how would sending an email to a Yahoo account help with accessing its calendar API?


hi,
if you know other way than please let me know
Ulf Dittmer
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Searching for "yahoo calendar java api" or some such phrase yields many results. It would be interesting to know where, exactly, you looked on Yahoo's developer site, and came up wth nothing.
 
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