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  • EntryPoint - calendar_event_edit
schema:contentType
  • text/xml
description
  • event_id

    The id of the Calendar event. This is returned by calendar.event.new().

  • uid

  • subject

    The subject/title of the event.

  • description

    The optional description of the event, typically longer than subject.

  • location

  • attendees

    An optional comma-separated list of email addresses of people working on the event.

  • privacy

    Set the new event to be public (1) or private (0) or controlled by ACL (2). See ODS Access Control Lists (ACL) for details.

  • tags

    An optional comma-separated list of tags to assign to the new event.

  • event

    The type of the event: An all-day event (1) or an intervall event (0) for which both eventStart and eventEnd should contain a time.

  • eventStart

    The start of the event as a datetime value. This only requires a time if the type of the event is set to intervall (0). Otherwise only the date is required. See also Virtuoso TIMESTAMP; DATE & TIME.

  • eventEnd

    The end time of the event. The same rules apply as for eventStart.

  • eRepeat

    Sets the event repetition:

    An empty value (the default) means no repetition

    D1 - repeats every Nth day where eRepeatParam1 indicates the interval (1 for every day, 3 for every 3rd day, etc.)

    D2 - repeats every weekday (Monday to Friday)

    W1 - repeats every Nth week (indicated by eRepeatParam1) on the week days indicated by eRepeatParam2. This is realized as a bitmask where each day in the week corresponds to one bit. So to specify for example Mon, Tue, and Sat a value of 2^0+2^1+2^5=35 needs to be specified as eRepeatParam2.

    M1 - repeats on every Nth day (indicated by eRepeatParam1) of the Mth month (indicated by eRepeatParam2)

    M2 - repeats the 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, or last (indicated by 1-5 in eRepeatParam1) Mon, Tue, DOT.., Sun, day, weekday, or weekend (indicated by 1-10 in eRepeatParam2) of every Nth month (indicated by eRepeatParam3).

    Y1 - repeats every N years (indicated by eRepeatParam1) on the month and day indicated by eRepeatParam2 and eRepeatParam3 respectively.

    Y2 - repeats the 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, or last (indicated by 1-5 in eRepeatParam1) Mon, Tue, DOT.., Sun, day, weekday, or weekend (indicated by 1-10 in eRepeatParam2) of the month indicated by eRepeatParam3 (Jan to Dec).

  • eRepeatParam1

    Additional repetition parameter as detailed above.

  • eRepeatParam2

    Additional repetition parameter as detailed above.

  • eRepeatParam3

    Additional repetition parameter as detailed above.

  • eRepeatUntilKind

    Kind of until repeat: 0 - Unlimited; 1 - Count of occurrences; 2 - Until repeat date.

  • eRepeatUntilValue

    Integer for count of occurrences (by eRepeatUntilKind=1) or datetime when to end the repetition of the event (by eRepeatUntilKind=2).

  • eReminder

    0 to disable the reminder or the time in seconds of how long before the event the reminder should be shown.

  • notes

    Additional notes on the event. FIXME: what is the difference to description?

An error code stating the success of the command execution as detailed in ODS Error Result Codes. If the event was successfully modified the error code will match the id of the event.

calendar.event.new

Example:
$ curl -i "http://ods-qa.openlinksw.com/ods/api/calendar.event.edit?event_id=1111&subject=test_event2&description=test2&eventSt
art=2011.05.20&eventEnd=2011.06.20&event=1&user_name=demo&password_hash=921q783d9e4cbdf5cvs343dafdfvrf6a4fh"
HTTP/1.1 200 OK
Server: Virtuoso/06.02.3129 (Linux) x86_64-generic-linux-glibc25-64  VDB
Connection: Keep-Alive
Date: Fri, 20 May 2011 05:44:36 GMT
Accept-Ranges: bytes
Content-Type: text/xml; charset="UTF-8"
Content-Length: 60

<result>
  <code>2517</code>
  <message>Success</message>
</result>

  • event_id

    The id of the Calendar event. This is returned by calendar.event.new().

  • uid

  • subject

    The subject/title of the event.

  • description

    The optional description of the event, typically longer than subject.

  • location

  • attendees

    An optional comma-separated list of email addresses of people working on the event.

  • privacy

    Set the new event to be public (1) or private (0) or controlled by ACL (2). See ODS Access Control Lists (ACL) for details.

  • tags

    An optional comma-separated list of tags to assign to the new event.

  • event

    The type of the event: An all-day event (1) or an intervall event (0) for which both eventStart and eventEnd should contain a time.

  • eventStart

    The start of the event as a datetime value. This only requires a time if the type of the event is set to intervall (0). Otherwise only the date is required. See also Virtuoso TIMESTAMP; DATE & TIME.

  • eventEnd

    The end time of the event. The same rules apply as for eventStart.

  • eRepeat

    Sets the event repetition:

    An empty value (the default) means no repetition

    D1 - repeats every Nth day where eRepeatParam1 indicates the interval (1 for every day, 3 for every 3rd day, etc.)

    D2 - repeats every weekday (Monday to Friday)

    W1 - repeats every Nth week (indicated by eRepeatParam1) on the week days indicated by eRepeatParam2. This is realized as a bitmask where each day in the week corresponds to one bit. So to specify for example Mon, Tue, and Sat a value of 2^0+2^1+2^5=35 needs to be specified as eRepeatParam2.

    M1 - repeats on every Nth day (indicated by eRepeatParam1) of the Mth month (indicated by eRepeatParam2)

    M2 - repeats the 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, or last (indicated by 1-5 in eRepeatParam1) Mon, Tue, DOT.., Sun, day, weekday, or weekend (indicated by 1-10 in eRepeatParam2) of every Nth month (indicated by eRepeatParam3).

    Y1 - repeats every N years (indicated by eRepeatParam1) on the month and day indicated by eRepeatParam2 and eRepeatParam3 respectively.

    Y2 - repeats the 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, or last (indicated by 1-5 in eRepeatParam1) Mon, Tue, DOT.., Sun, day, weekday, or weekend (indicated by 1-10 in eRepeatParam2) of the month indicated by eRepeatParam3 (Jan to Dec).

  • eRepeatParam1

    Additional repetition parameter as detailed above.

  • eRepeatParam2

    Additional repetition parameter as detailed above.

  • eRepeatParam3

    Additional repetition parameter as detailed above.

  • eRepeatUntilKind

    Kind of until repeat: 0 - Unlimited; 1 - Count of occurrences; 2 - Until repeat date.

  • eRepeatUntilValue

    Integer for count of occurrences (by eRepeatUntilKind=1) or datetime when to end the repetition of the event (by eRepeatUntilKind=2).

  • eReminder

    0 to disable the reminder or the time in seconds of how long before the event the reminder should be shown.

  • notes

    Additional notes on the event. FIXME: what is the difference to description?

  • An error code stating the success of the command execution as detailed in ODS Error Result Codes. If the event was successfully modified the error code will match the id of the event.

    calendar.event.new

    Example:
    $ curl -i "http://ods-qa.openlinksw.com/ods/api/calendar.event.edit?event_id=1111&subject=test_event2&description=test2&eventSt
    art=2011.05.20&eventEnd=2011.06.20&event=1&user_name=demo&password_hash=921q783d9e4cbdf5cvs343dafdfvrf6a4fh"
    HTTP/1.1 200 OK
    Server: Virtuoso/06.02.3129 (Linux) x86_64-generic-linux-glibc25-64  VDB
    Connection: Keep-Alive
    Date: Fri, 20 May 2011 05:44:36 GMT
    Accept-Ranges: bytes
    Content-Type: text/xml; charset="UTF-8"
    Content-Length: 60
    
    <result>
      <code>2517</code>
      <message>Success</message>
    </result>
    

    schema:httpMethod
    • GET
    schema:shortDescription
    • Modify a Calendar event.

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