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mcal_fetch_current_stream_event — Fetch the current event stored in the stream's global event structure


object mcal_fetch_current_stream_event(MCALconnection);
int MCALconnection: An open MCAL connection


An event object containing the stream's global event structure


This function returns an event object containing the stream's global event structure. This is a convenient way to get an event object back after calling the various mcal_set_...() functions. Fetching the current stream event when there is not just returns an empty event; if the stream is invalid, an error will be triggered and the function will return FALSE.


PHP 3 since 3.0.13, PHP 4 since 4.0b4


Example 722. Getting a stream's global event structure as an object

$calendar = "{/mstore}";
$MCALconnection = mcal_open($calendar, "username", "password");

$eventObject = mcal_fetch_current_stream_event($MCALconnection);
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echo "</pre>"

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