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mcal_append_event — Append a new event to the calendar stream


int mcal_append_event(MCALconnection);
int MCALconnection: An open MCAL connection


The event ID of the appended event.


This function takes the global event structure and adds it to the open MCAL calendar. It should not be used on existing events; as the name implies, it appends the event to the calendar, and always creates a new event. If you want to edit an existing event, use mcal_store_event() .


PHP 4 since 4.0RC1


Example 695. Append a new event to a calendar

$calendar = "{/mstore}<mycalendar>";
$MCALconnection = mcal_open($calendar, "username", "password");
mcal_event_set_title("A new event");
$eventID = mcal_append_event($MCALconnection);
echo "The new event has ID: " . $eventID;

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