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xt:TimeZone Element

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Specifies a time-zoned time.

<TimeZone>
  <Bias>...</Bias>
  <StandardTime>...</StandardTime>
  <DaylightTime>...</DaylightTime>
</TimeZone>

Element Description

xt:WorkingHours Element

An array of working hours shown on a calendar.

Element Occurrence Description

xt:Bias Element

1

Time zone offset, representing the difference in minutes of between the local time in this time zone and the Coordinated Universal Time (UTC).

xt:StandardTime

1

A time-zoned time, representing the date and time in this time zone when time changes over to standard time.

xt:DaylightTime Element

1

A time-zoned time, representing the date and time in this time zone when time changes over to daylight time in the current year for Daylight Saving Time.

This element is defined by Microsoft Outlook.

The following XML fragment shows how time zoned time to describe working hours shown on a calendar.

XML Example of the TimeZone Element for Working Hours on Calendar

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8" ?>
<calendarData xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/2006/09/sip/calendarData" mailboxID="bob@contoso.com">
  <WorkingHours xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/exchange/services/2006/types">
    <TimeZone>
      <Bias>480</Bias>
      <StandardTime>
        <Bias>0</Bias>
        <Time>02:00:00</Time>
        <DayOrder>1</DayOrder>
        <Month>11</Month>
        <DayOfWeek>Sunday</DayOfWeek>
      </StandardTime>
      <DaylightTime>
        <Bias>60</Bias>
        <Time>02:00:00</Time>
        <DayOrder>2</DayOrder>
        <Month>3</Month>
        <DayOfWeek>Sunday</DayOfWeek>
      </DaylightTime>
    </TimeZone>
    <WorkingPeriodArray>
      <WorkingPeriod>
        <DayOfWeek>Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday</DayOfWeek>
        <StartTimeInMinutes>600</StartTimeInMinutes>
        <EndTimeInMinutes>1170</EndTimeInMinutes>
      </WorkingPeriod>
    </WorkingPeriodArray>
  </WorkingHours> 
</calendarData> 
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