JavaScript How to extract event from one source only Fullcalendar extract event from splunk,extract event logs from windows,extract

Alright, i finally got this thanks to a mate at the office. Leaving the answer here just in case:

googlecalendars events and manually added events don't have the same attributs, the googlecalendars ones have 'source' and 'url' attribut that the others don't have.

What you want to do is to get all the event, loop through your array with and select only thoses who doesn't have the source attribut. :

function send(){
        var  cal_events = ''
       data= $('#calendar').fullCalendar('clientEvents');

       for (var key in data) {
            var event = data[key];

            if (typeof(event.source) == 'undefined'){
                 //Your stuff
                    }

                });
            }
        }
    }

That way you can act only on the events without the 'source' attribut.

Thanks anyway. Robin

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