- Calendar FAQ
- What is ODS Calendar?
- Why should I set up a calendar?
- How is my calendar organized?
- What are events?
- What are tasks?
- What are notes?
- Does one have to register with ODS Calendar to view my calendar?
- How do I go about creating a event in ODS Calendar?
- Can I personalize my calendar?
- How can I upstream my Calendar?
- Does Calendar support SyncML synchronization?
- How can I Import iCalendar files?
- How can Subscribe to URL accessible iCalendar files?
- What is the url of My iCalendar if I want to use it for subscription purposes?
- How can I Publish my calendar items to iCalendar format for exchange with 3rd party iCalendar compliant applications?
- Can I Share my Calendar?
- Can I Export my Calendar Tasks and Events?
- What Calendar Ubiquity Commands are supported?
ODS Calendar is a feature-rich manager in which to coordinate your events, tasks, and notes.
A calendar is a cool way to share information with the public, to collect important information for future meetings, to save birthday dates of friends, and more.
Calendar offers option to add events from every page of its UI. The events, tasks, and notes can be viewed on a separate tab for each type. Also, views of Day, Week, and Month are offered, each defaulting to the current.
An Event is an activity to take place in a certain period of time. This could be in the past, present, or future.
A task is a special activity which is distinguished by having Priority, Status, and Percent Complete. As with events, a task can be assigned a specific period of time for duration.
A note is a simple text description you can create.
No. Your calendar can be viewed by any internet user. They do not have to register with ODS to view your calendar.
You can create an event from the link "New Event" shown at the left vertical navigation top-left, or you can click to the "Events" tab and click the "New Event" button.
Yes, you can personalize your calendar from "Preferences" link. Two tabs are offered for navigation: "General" and "Calendar". In the "Calendar" tab you can choose default view, week start-day, time and date format, timezone, etc.
ODSCalendar supports Atom based upstreaming. Any Calendar instance can be configured to escalate any changes to one or several remoted ODS Calendar instances.
Upstreaming can be configured from Preferences->Upstreams. For more details see here.
Yes. ODS Calendar supports synchronization to DAV SyncML folder and back. See this example scenario.
You can import iCalendar files using the Calendar Import feature. More information and sample scenario you can fin here.
You can subscribe to URL accessible iCalendar files using the iCalendar Subscription feature. More details and sample scenario you can find here.
The URL can be found in the header info as:
<link rel="alternate" type="text/calendar" title="[here goes the name of the iCalendar" href="http://[host]:[post]/dataspace/[odsuser]/calendar/[iCalendar instance name]/gems/calendar.ics" />
So for ex. user demo has this url for subscription:
How can I Publish my calendar items to iCalendar format for exchange with 3rd party iCalendar compliant applications?
You can publish calendar items to iCalendar format using the iCalendar Publications feature. More details and sample scenario you can find here.
Yes. ODS Calendar offers sharing feature within the ODS registered users. For more information and sample scenario see here.
Yes. ODS Calendar offers export feature within the ODS registered users. For more information and sample scenario see here.
A full list and examples of Calendar ubiquity commands you can find here.