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This object defines a date event, such as an anniversary or important event in time.
This object isn't directly supplied by GDS, but used by packages that may wish to implement a standardised view of a "time-event".
|f500||string/date||The date of repeating event where exact. This field should not include year. Example. "25/Dec" for Christmas.|
|f501||string||Brief description of this date event. While the length of this field is not defined, it is expected to be less than 30 characters so that it can be used for mouseovers.|
|f502||string||Description of this date event. If not present the field f501 will be returned.|
|f503||date/time||Start Date/time of the event|
|f504||date/time||End Date/time of the event|
These fields are defined for systems that might be creating events that are repeating in a regular form. There are several methods for defining this scheduling and repitition reflecting the multiple of needs for different environments.
|f800||number||DOW Mask. Bitfield Day of Week mask field. 1=Monday, bit-2=Tuesday 4=Wednesday 8=Thursday 16=Friday 32=Saturday 64=Sunday. Therefore a value of 65 means Monday and Sunday|
|f810||?||Run Window Start. Defines the beginning window when a task can commence.|
|f811||?||Run Window End. Defines the end window when a task can commence.|
|f812||?||Run Window Start Exclusion. Defines the start of a period inside the time window where a task cannot run|
|f813||?||Run Window End Exclusion. Defines the start of a period inside the time window where a task cannot run|
Fields 810-813 can be used to define "run windows", as illustrated with the following examples
|9:00||17:00||Task can run between 9am and 5pm|
|9:00||17:00||12:00||14:00||Task can run between 9am and 5pm, but not between noon and 2pm.|
|2:00||23:00||Task can run between 11pm and 2am. That is, it can run at all times except the window 2am through to 11pm|