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mcal_store_event — Store changes to an event


mixed mcal_store_event(MCALconnection);
int MCALconnection: An open MCAL connection


The unique ID of the event that has been updated, or FALSE on an error


mcal_store_event() saves modifications to an existing event in a calendar. To modify an event, first fetch it using mcal_fetch_event() . Then use the mcal_set_...() functions to change only the attributes of the event that you want to change. Then, call mcal_store_event() to save the changes.


To save a new event you must use mcal_append_event() .


PHP 3 since 3.0.13, PHP 4 since 4.0b4


Example 732. Using mcal_store_event to modify an existing event

$calendar = "{/mstore}<mycalendar>";
$MCALconnection = mcal_open($calendar, "username", "password");
$events = mcal_list_events($MCALconnection, $start_year,
                           $start_month, $start_day
                           $end_year, $end_month,
$eventID = $events[0];
echo "Fetching event with ID: " . $eventID . "<br />";
$eventObject = mcal_fetch_event($MCALconnection, $eventID);

// Now use the mcal_set functions to change the event.
mcal_event_set_title("The event has a new title");

// mcal_store_event saves the changes.
$eventID = mcal_store_event($MCALconnection);
echo "The event still has ID: " . $eventID;

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