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panand99
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Timezone not valid while sending event -V4CalendarPostItem

Hi,

 

I got error while sending invite using V4CalendarPostItem- 

 

Error is "Time zone" local is not valid. Please help

 

Set( _myScheduledMeeting,
Office365Outlook.V4CalendarPostItem( _myCalendarName,
"subject,starttime,endtime,"local",
{
requiredAttendees: Concat( MyPeople, UserPrincipalName & ";" ),
body: txtBody.Text,
importance: "Normal",
showAs: "Busy",
responseRequested: true
}
)

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Pstork1
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Dual Super User III

if you are using the same code that you posted, only with a timezone name now, then you've got a mismatched quotation mark. Notice subject has no closing quote.  If not, please paste a copy of your code and I'll take a look.

 

Set( _myScheduledMeeting,
Office365Outlook.V4CalendarPostItem( _myCalendarName,
"subject,starttime,endtime,"local",
{
requiredAttendees: Concat( MyPeople, UserPrincipalName & ";" ),
body: txtBody.Text,
importance: "Normal",
showAs: "Busy",
responseRequested: true
}
)



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Pstork1
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Per the documentation the connector requires an actual time zone value.  So you need to put in the actual local time zone as its listed in windows.  (example: 'Pacific Standard Time'). 



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panand99
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Now it is saying at least one property failed validation

 

 

 

 
Pstork1
Dual Super User III
Dual Super User III

if you are using the same code that you posted, only with a timezone name now, then you've got a mismatched quotation mark. Notice subject has no closing quote.  If not, please paste a copy of your code and I'll take a look.

 

Set( _myScheduledMeeting,
Office365Outlook.V4CalendarPostItem( _myCalendarName,
"subject,starttime,endtime,"local",
{
requiredAttendees: Concat( MyPeople, UserPrincipalName & ";" ),
body: txtBody.Text,
importance: "Normal",
showAs: "Busy",
responseRequested: true
}
)



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panand99
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it is working now. The error is, my start date is not set properly. Thanks for your help @Pstork1 

 

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