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Default How to create event in Calendar

Dear all,

I am crating personal event calendar with asp.net 2.0.

I am facing with problem with showing event that take more than one day in asp.net calendar.

when I show in asp.net 2.0 calendar I can only show one day event only.

How to show like this one (google calendar)


I want to show event over days

please kindly give me advice.

Here is my code:

 protected void EventCalendarDayRender(object sender, DayRenderEventArgs e)
            CalendarDay d = ((DayRenderEventArgs)e).Day;
            TableCell c = ((DayRenderEventArgs)e).Cell;

            // If there is nothing to bind
            if (this.EventSource == null)

            DataTable dt = this.EventSource;

            foreach (DataRow dr in dt.Rows)
                if (EventDateColumnName == string.Empty)
                    throw new ApplicationException("Must set EventCalendar's EventDateColumnName property when EventSource is specified");
                if (EventHeaderColumnName== string.Empty)
                    throw new ApplicationException("Must set EventCalendar's EventHeaderColumnName property when EventSource is specified");

                if (EventDateColumnName != string.Empty
                    && !d.IsOtherMonth
                    && Convert.ToDateTime(dr[this.EventDateColumnName]).ToShortDateString() == d.Date.ToShortDateString())
                        //Changes made for align the events
                    c.ColumnSpan = 2;
                    c.Controls.Add(new LiteralControl("<fieldset>")); //class=" + EventStyleName + "

                        System.Web.UI.WebControls.Label lbl = new System.Web.UI.WebControls.Label();
                        lbl.Text = dr[EventHeaderColumnName].ToString();
                        //lbl.CssClass = EventStyleName;
                        lbl.Width = Unit.Percentage(98);
                        lbl.Attributes["OnClick"] = "showPopWin('EventEdit.aspx?ID=" + dr[EventIDColumnName].ToString() + "', 580, 400, null);";

                    if (this.ShowDescriptionAsToolTip)
                        if (this.EventDescriptionColumnName != string.Empty)
                            //Multiline ToolTips
                            lbl.ToolTip = string.Format(dr[EventDescriptionColumnName].ToString(),Environment.NewLine );
                    c.Controls.Add(new LiteralControl("</fieldset>"));

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