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4.4.2 Navigation Shortcut

Ryan creates a new shortcut to his folder "Meetings" and wants to group it under the new "My Work Calendars" group he created in the example in section 4.4.1.

The client sends a RopCreateMessageROP request ([MS-OXCROPS] section 2.2.6.2) that has the FolderId set to the ID of the Common Views folder and the Associated flag set to 1 and then waits for the server to respond. The server response contains a handle to the Message object.

The client then sends a RopSetProperties ROP request ([MS-OXCROPS] section 2.2.8.6) to set the following properties. The property data types are all defined in ([MS-OXCDATA] section 2.11.1).

Property name

PropertyID

Property type

Value

PidTagMessageClass ([MS-OXCMSG] section 2.2.1.3)

0x001A

0x001F (PtypString)

"IPM.Microsoft.WunderBar.Link"

PidTagNormalizedSubject (section 2.2.9.2)

0x0E1D

0x001F (PtypString)

"Meetings"

PidTagWlinkSaveStamp (section 2.2.9.4)

0x6847

0x0003 (PtypInteger32)

0x12345678

PidTagWlinkType (section 2.2.9.5)

0x6849

0x0003 (PtypInteger32)

0x00000000

PidTagWlinkFlags (section 2.2.9.6)

0x684A

0x0003 (PtypInteger32)

0x00000000

PidTagWlinkOrdinal (section 2.2.9.7)

0x684B

0x0102 (PtypBinary)

0x80

PidTagWlinkEntryId (section 2.2.9.8)

0x684C

0x0102 (PtypBinary)

See explanation following this table

PidTagWlinkRecordKey (section 2.2.9.9)

0x684D

0x0102 (PtypBinary)

See explanation following this table

PidTagWlinkStoreEntryId (section 2.2.9.10)

0x684E

0x0102 (PtypBinary)

See explanation following this table

PidTagWlinkFolderType (section 2.2.9.11)

0x684F

0x0048 (PtypGuid)

0278060000000000

C000000000000046

PidTagWlinkGroupClsid (section 2.2.9.12)

0x6850

0x0048 (PtypGuid)

5BA943D8DAAA462C

A63E9136F65C8681

PidTagWlinkGroupName (section 2.2.9.13)

0x6851

0x001F (PtypString)

"My Work Calendars"

PidTagWlinkSection (section 2.2.9.14)

0x6852

0x0003 (PtypInteger32)

0x00000003

The values of the PidTagWlinkEntryId, PidTagWlinkRecordKey, and PidTagWlinkStoreEntryId properties are copied directly from the corresponding properties of the actual Calendar folder as described in section 2.2.9.8, section 2.2.9.9, and section 2.2.9.10.

The client then sends a RopSaveChangesMessage ROP request ([MS-OXCROPS] section 2.2.6.3) to persist the object on the server and a RopRelease ROP request ([MS-OXCROPS] section 2.2.15.3) to release the object.

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