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Ryan Tomko

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Programmatic Access To Calendar Data From .NET - 11:13am Feb 5, 2020 CDT - Just knowing the lastModified stamp is different is not sufficient since edits could be taking place in both my custom software and in MDaemon web UI for the same appt event and i want to know which edit was the most recent, thus i need to compare the lastModified stamp values.
The problem is that when a user edits an appt event in the MDaemon web UI the lastModified value is local time, not UTC. But when edited via the XML API the lastModified value is UTC...

Programmatic Access To Calendar Data From .NET - 05:14pm Jan 30, 2020 CDT - Thanks for the help, i've been able to successfully create and edit calendar events via the XML API from C#, after testing in Postman.

I've run into an issue with the "Item" last modified timestamp. It seems to be not using the timezone correctly when an edit is made in the web UI...

Programmatic Access To Calendar Data From .NET - 04:25pm Jan 16, 2020 CDT - Thanks. They are running version 19.5.3.

What is the URL for the online reference/documentation for the XML API?..

Programmatic Access To Calendar Data From .NET - 03:59pm Feb 5, 2020 CDT - Hi, I'd like to create/read/update/delete a MDaemon users calendar events (appointments) in an automated way from a C#.NET application running on a computer that is not the same computer that MDaemon is running on.

I contacted tech support from the vendor that sold MDaemon to my client but they told me to post in the community forums because the dev(s) monitors the forums and that would be the best hope to get an answer to my query.

The use case is that a business that I've written custom management software for is using MDaemon and they want me to automatically create appointments in each users MDaemon calendar to sync up with the appointments stored in my custom software, which is also pushing those appointments to a google calendar successfully...


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