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I have two questions:

I am assuming I have to trap the update event and send the changed data to the server. Is this correct or does the scheduler send that data for me?

My second question is, Is there a way of sending other parameters besides the two dates which are handled automatically?

this is getting to be a little more fun, “things are beginning to work.”


There are few ways

a) you can init dataprocessor, in such case scheduler will send request on their own ( server side backends for multiple platforms are available ) … _platforms

b) you can define your own handlers for onEventAdded, onEventChanged, onBeforeEventDelete events, and made custom ajax calls from them

c) you can just use a serialization - and send all data at once. … ata_saving