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I have a public calendar that I am trying to display as a VisualForce Page in Lightning. The code is very basic but I am getting the error that it is unavailable in Lightning.

I have checked the box to make it available and have added the Tab to my Lightning Apps that I want to use. What could I be missing?

Controller:

public with sharing class CH_Public_Calendar_Controller {
public String calendarId {get; set; }
public CH_Public_Calendar_Controller () {
    calendarId = Calendar__c.getValues('PubCalendar').CalendarId__c;
}

}

Page:

<apex:page controller="CH_Public_Calendar_Controller" action="/00U/c?cType=1&cal_lkid={!calendarId}&md0={!YEAR(TODAY())}&md1={!MONTH(TODAY())-1}">


Please wait...

</apex:page>

This does not seem to be something that should be this difficult. Any assistance would help.

  • Take a look at this doc help.salesforce.com/… one of the constraints i see is "you can’t view public calendars or resource calendars created in Salesforce Classic." – Rao Jun 8 '17 at 18:16
  • Any ideas on public calendars for Lightning that are good work arounds? – JP Blonshine Jun 12 '17 at 14:56
  • salesforce.stackexchange.com/questions/115396/… Take a look at the solution here. You should be able to build a calendar component in no time and put it on your lightning pagelayout – Rao Jun 12 '17 at 18:01
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Using the FullCalendar is what I resorted to to complete this task.

Render fullcalendar on a lightning component

  • did your code work without moment.js in the proposed answer? I couldnt get it to work without including moments.js file, just curious – Rao Jun 14 '17 at 20:17

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