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Associated article: VBScript and SQL Calendars

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Published source code accompanying the article by John Donovan Lambert in which he presents the VBScripts he uses for in putting SQL results into a web calendar, and discusses how you can port these scripts to Java, Perl, Cold Fusion, or whatever language you prefer. Also see VBSQL.ZIP.

					VBScript and SQL Calendars
by John Donovan Lambert

Example 1: 

Month   DayOfMonth  WkDay   UnitsSold
11         27         6       869
11         28         7       344
11         29         1       238
11         30         2       618
12          1         3       589

Example 2: 

(a)
<% set rs1=conn.Execute("SELECT DATEPART(mm, RecDate) AS Month, "&_
    "DATEPART(dd, RecDate) AS DayOfMonth, DATEPART(dw, "&_
    "...							
										
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