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Is there a list of perl / mySQL Calendars?

by djlerman (Sexton)
on Dec 21, 2010 at 22:22 UTC ( [id://878365]=perlquestion: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

djlerman has asked for the wisdom of the Perl Monks concerning the following question:

I was asked to research but after searching, I am finding modules and scripts to do one from scratch but nothing that is already put together.

Looking for something that has:
- graphic interface
- email reminders
- multiple users / calendars (using already existing internally created rights system)
- over all calendar
- save data in mySQL db
- can programmatically add to calendar or db


Thank You,
~Donavon
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Re: Is there a list of perl / mySQL Calendars?
by ww (Archbishop) on Dec 22, 2010 at 02:57 UTC
    For a query like this, you might do well to do the following:
    1. Search CPAN, using terms such as "calendar" and ("graphic" OR "GUI"). (On CPAN, the Perl element is a given)
    2. Feed your favorite search engine a selection of your terms
      updated by s/Food/feed/; thanks to roboticus.
    3. Consider that it's likely that your requirements are such that a Perl user would build an ap that satisfies them from extant modules and a bit of glue. That may well be the route you have to go, as your specs are simultaneously a little nebulous and complexly precise.
Re: Is there a list of perl / mySQL Calendars?
by Anonymous Monk on Dec 22, 2010 at 00:45 UTC
    Well there are various things on the net.

    Looking for something that has:
    - graphic interface
    HTML::Calendar::Monthly /Tk
    - email reminders
    Remind::Client
    - multiple users / calendars (using already existing internally created rights system)
    Authen::Users
    - over all calendar - save data in mySQL db
    DBD::MySQL or DBIx::Class
    - can programmatically add to calendar or db DBIx::Class

    See if you can come with something cool.

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