Community articleNotice action PUT9.0.1
Added by api wiki on October 25, 2013
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Applies an action to a notice associated with a calendar on a Domino server.
Input
Method URI Description
PUT /{database}/api/calendar/notices/{noticeid}/action Applies an action to a notice associated with a calendar on a Domino server.
Use the table below that represents the expected fields:
Name Type Optional Description
comments
string Yes Specifies the comments that should be included with any outbound notices associated with the action.
delegateTo
string Yes Specifies the person a meeting is being delegated to. This only applies to the delegate action.
counterStart
string Yes Specifies the start date/time for a counter proposal. This only applies to the counter action.
counterEnd
string Yes Specifies the end date/time for a counter proposal. This only applies to the counter action.
keepInformed
string Yes Specifies whether the attendee should be kept informed of updates to the corresponding event. This only applies to the decline and delegate actions.
Name Type Optional Description
database
string No Path name of a database on the server relative to the data directory.
noticeid
string No Universal ID of a calendar notice.
Name Type Optional Description
type
enumerated No Specifies the action type.
Authorized values:
  • accept
  • counter
  • decline
  • delegate
  • removecancelled
  • requestInfo
  • tentative
Name Type Optional Description
Content-Type
string No Must be application/json.
Output
Code Description
200
OK. Indicates that the request was handled successfully.
404
Not Found. Indicates the service can't find the notice.
Examples
This request accepts a reschedule notice.
PUT /mail/sdayrn.nsf/api/calendar/notices/709B1AE4F5624F1A48257BB3001F70A4/action?type=accept

This request counters a notice.
PUT /mail/sdayrn.nsf/api/calendar/notices/6515485301A7065D48257BB30029B7D8/action?type=counter
Content-Type: application/json

{
   "counterStart":"2013-08-04T13:00:00Z",
   "counterEnd":"2013-08-04T14:00:00Z",
   "comments":"Sorry. I have a conflict."
}