#762 Ical plugin

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Calendar plugins
Last Updated:
Allon Moritz (laoneo), Monday, 22 July 2019 11:44 (Monday, 22 July 2019)
Thursday, 01 May 2014 17:36 (Thursday, 01 May 2014)


The Ical plugin reads files or URLs from remote sources. It can be file with a .ics extension or it can be a link to a calendar or website that automatically produces the proper formatted output. The DPCalendar iCal plugin reads these files and integrates the events to your Joomla web site.

If the file is on your server it must have proper permissions to access it. Make sure that the file is accessible to DPCalendar through your Joomla hosting server. If the file is not physically on your server you can define an url like http://joomla.digital-peak.com/demo/dpc/en/component/dpcalendar/?task=ical.download&id=8. To get remote files the server must be able to open connections to the remote server. Ask your hosting company first if outbound connections are included in your hosting plan.

Calendar Options

These settings are the same for every calendar configured in the plugin.

Uri [Type: Text]
An uri to a file for example http://www.example.com/calendar.ics or plugins/dpcalendar/dpcalendar_ical/examples/calendar.ics. If the uri is a file and starts with a '/' DPCalendar will interprete it as an absolute path otherwise relative to the joomla installation folder.

Plugin Options

Caching [Type: List] [Default: Joomla]
Select whether to cache the calendar data.
The following options are available:
  1. Joomla
  2. Database
  3. Never
Cache Time [Type: Text] [Default: 900]
The time for the cache in sec.
Sync Start [Type: Text] [Default: -3 year]
The relative start date to sync from.
Sync End [Type: Text] [Default: +3 year]
The relative end date to sync from.
Sync Steps [Type: Text] [Default: 1 year]
The sync steps.

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