Community articleCommunity Events definition content
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Tags: commapi

Represents a Community Event widget and its associated settings.

All elements are in the namespace, except those that are prefixed as follows:


In the namespace.

Table 1. Event definition entry element

How treated on input
Unique identifier of a event entry.
Entry title; a descriptive title of the event as defined in the Atom specification. This title is displayed at the top of the community event page. Maximum length is 255 characters.
<link rel="edit" type="application/atom+xml" href="edit_url"/>
If you are an owner of the event, use the web address in the href attribute to update event. The following operations are supported on the address:
Obtains a full representation of this event definition as an Atom entry document.
Updates this event definition. First use the GET request to retrieve the current Atom document for the event, make your updates, and then send the updated document as input to this request. If you do not first retrieve the current document, but instead send only your changes, you will lose the rest of the document content because all data is replaced by a PUT request.
<link rel="alternate" type="text/html" href="xxxxxx"/>
Use this web address to obtain a HTML representation of this event definition for display in a web browser.
The date that this event definition was last modified, as defined in the Atom publishing protocol specification.
An owner of this event. IBM® Connections automatically adds the user that created the event as an author with owner permissions. This element may repeat for additional owners. Accepts the <name> element as specified in the Atom specification. You must also provide either an <email> or <snx:userid> element. If IBM Connections is configured to prevent email addresses from being displayed, then the <email> element is not supported. The <snx:userStatus> element identifies whether the person is an active or inactive user.
The date this event was created, as defined in the Atom specification.
The date this blog was updated, as defined in the Atom specification.
<category term="" scheme=""/>
Defines the type of event. Currently there is only one option for term:
  • calendar
Identifies the community to which it belongs by the community’s unique ID..
<link href="" rel="" type="application/atom+xml"/>
Specifies the URL from which the owning community can be accessed.
<snx:maprole membership="">
Options for membership are:
  • reader
  • author
enabled="yes|no" />
Specifies who can comment on event. The options:
  • all
  • member