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BusyType

Published: July 16, 2012

Applies to:  Exchange 2013 | Exchange Online | Exchange Server 2007 | Exchange Server 2010 | Office 365 

The BusyType element represents the free/busy status set for a calendar event.


<BusyType>Free or Tentative or Busy or OOF or NoData</BusyType>

BusyType

The following sections describe attributes, child elements, and parent elements.

Attributes

None.

Child elements

None.

Parent elements

Element

Description

IndividualAttendeeConflictData

Contains a user's or contact's free/busy status for a time window that occurs at the same time as the suggested meeting time.

The following is the XPath expression to this element:

/GetUserAvailabilityResponse/SuggestionsResponse/SuggestionDayResultArray/SuggestionDayResult[i]/SuggestionArray/Suggestion[i]/AttendeeConflictDataArray/IndividualAttendeeConflictData

CalendarEvent

Represents a unique calendar item occurrence.

The following is the XPath expression to this element:

/GetUserAvailabilityResponse/FreeBusyResponseArray/FreeBusyResponse/FreeBusyView/CalendarEventArray/CalendarEvent[i]

A text value is required for this element. The value is a string type. The following are the possible values for the BusyType element:

  • Free

  • Tentative

  • Busy

  • OOF

  • NoData

The schema that describes this element is located in the EWS virtual directory of the computer that is running MicrosoftExchange Server 2007 that has the Client Access server role installed.

Namespace

http://schemas.microsoft.com/exchange/services/2006/types

Schema Name

Types schema

Validation File

Types.xsd

Can be Empty

False

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