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This class configures the start and end dates and times for a holiday in a holiday set.
The property values for the MSFT_SIPRgsQueueData class map to the settings found in the Response Grpup Services Properties dialog box. You can access these values in the Office Communications Server 2007 R2 Administration Tool by right-clicking the name of a Standard Edition server or Enterprise Edition pool, pointing to Properties, pointing to Applications, and then clicking Response Group Service Properties. In the Response Group Service snap-in, right-click the name of a pool and then click Properties.
The MSFT_SIPRgsHolidayData class has the following properties.
Data type: [key] string
Access type: Read-only
Required: When accessing data from any role that belongs to a pool.
This property identifies the instance of SQL Server that manages the back-end database for Office Communications Server.
The value for this property depends on the topology of Office Communications Server.
(consolidated or expanded configuration)
For Enterprise Edition, computername identifies either the FQDN or the NetBIOS name of the host computer for SQL Server and instancename identifies a named instance of SQL Server on the host computer. The value computername by itself specifies the default instance of SQL Server on the host computer.
The Backend property does not map to the Properties dialog box.
Data type: string
Access type: Read/Write
Required. The date and time that the holiday starts. This property expresses date and time in the .NET Framework standard date and time format type o:
Where yyyy is the year (0000-9999), MM is the month (00-12), dd is the day of the month (01-31), HH is hours since the last full day (00-23), mm is minutes since the last full hour (00-59), ss is seconds since the last full minute (00-59), fffffff is fractions represented in seven digits, and zz is the time zone offset for the system's current time zone in hours only (–12 to +13, behind or ahead of GMT).