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Calendar Elements and XML Structure

Office 2007

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This section contains information about children of the Calendars element defined in the Microsoft Office Project 2007 XML Data Interchange Schema (mspdi_pj12.xsd). The elements represent calendar data when you save a project in the XML format.

Calendars is a child of the Project element. For more information, see Project Elements and XML Structure.

The following shows the XML structure of the elements defined by the Calendar schema section of mspdi_pj12.xsd. The data type is indicated for those elements that require a text value. You can find more detailed information about valid text values for each element in the documentation annotations that are embedded in the XML Schema for the Calendars Element.

For more information about the data types used in the Project 2007 XML Data Interchange Schema, see Introduction to Project XML Data.

<Calendars>

    <Calendar>

        <UID>integer</UID>

        <Name>string</Name>

        <IsBaseCalendar>boolean</IsBaseCalendar>

        <BaseCalendarUID>integer</BaseCalendarUID>

        <WeekDays>

            <WeekDay>

                <DayType>integer</DayType>

                <DayWorking>boolean</DayWorking>

                <TimePeriod>

                    <FromDate>dateTime</FromDate>

                    <ToDate>dateTime</ToDate>

                </TimePeriod>

                <WorkingTimes>

                    <WorkingTime>

                        <FromTime>time</FromTime>

                        <ToTime>time</Time>

                    </WorkingTime>

                </WorkingTimes>

            </WeekDay>

        </WeekDays>

        <Exceptions>

            <Exception>

                <EnteredByOccurrences>boolean</EnteredByOccurrences>

                <TimePeriod>

                    <FromDate>dateTime</FromDate>

                    <ToDate>dateTime</ToDate>

                </TimePeriod>

                <Occurrences>integer</Occurrences>

                <Name>string</Name>

                <Type>integer</Type>

                <Period>integer</Period>

                <DaysOfWeek>integer</DaysOfWeek>

                <MonthItem>integer</MonthItem>

                <MonthPosition>integer</MonthPosition>

                <Month>integer</Month>

                <MonthDay>integer</MonthDay>

                <DayWorking>boolean</DayWorking>

                <WorkingTimes>

                    <WorkingTime>

                        <FromTime>time</FromTime>

                        <ToTime>time</ToTime>

                    </WorkingTime>

                </WorkingTimes>

            </Exception>

        </Exceptions>

        <WorkWeeks>   <!-- See note in the WorkWeeks and WorkWeek topics -->

            <WorkWeek>

                <TimePeriod>

                    <FromDate>dateTime</FromDate>

                    <ToDate>dateTime</ToDate>

                </TimePeriod>

                <Name>string</Name>

                <WeekDay>

                    <DayType>integer</DayType>

                    <DayWorking>boolean</DayWorking>

                </WeekDay>

            </WorkWeek>

        </WorkWeeks>

    </Calendar>

</Calendars>

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