Yes. Connect Daily has a comprehensive security system that gives you control over who can see which calendars.
The easiest way to control this is to go to the Setup Public Calendar Viewing screen and use the mover to control what calendars are visible to the public.
If you want the public to be able to view calendars without logging in, go to the Setup Public Calendar Viewing screen.
Use the Make Super User Screen, located under SYSTEM | SECURITY on the menu.
By default, if you call the View.html page, you can view the calendar without being logged in.
If you're taken to a login screen, you can use the Setup Public Calendar Viewing screen to enable public calendar viewing.
In the SYSTEM | CONFIGURATION | SECURITY screen, delete the PUBLIC USER NAME value and click on SAVE CHANGES.
The simplest way to do this is to go to the Setup Public Calendar Viewing Screen.
See Also: Permissions for Anonymous Users (Permissions for Anonymous Users, User Preferences)
There are three ways to do this:
Plain Text Password Configuration
We don't recommend this because the password may be logged in the server's access or transfer logs.
Create your link in the form:
For hosted Users the CALENDAR_PATH portion would not be present. The URL would be something like:
Replace the USER_NAME value with the name of the User you would like to have the person be logged in under.
Replace the PASSWORD value with the password for the User account you are logging in with.
The page specified by target will be invoked and all parameters not relating to login will be passed as part of the request.
See Also: Calendar Display Arguments, Single Signon Authentication
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