Contains a recurring appointment’s reoccurrence information.
public class RecurrenceInfo : PersistentObject, IPersistentObject, IBatchUpdateable, IDisposable, IRecurrenceInfo, INotifyPropertyChanged, IInternalRecurrenceInfo, IInternalPersistentObject
Public Class RecurrenceInfo Inherits PersistentObject Implements IPersistentObject, IBatchUpdateable, IDisposable, IRecurrenceInfo, INotifyPropertyChanged, IInternalRecurrenceInfo, IInternalPersistentObject
Related API Members
The following members accept/return RecurrenceInfo objects:
|Library||Related API Members|
|ASP.NET Web Forms Controls||AppointmentRecurrenceFormExtension.GetValue(String, Appointment)|
|AppointmentRecurrenceFormExtension.GetValue(String, Appointment, TimeZoneHelper)|
The RecurrenceInfo class encapsulates information about the re-occurrences of a recurring appointment. All of the reoccurrence’s attributes are defined using the RecurrenceInfo class’ properties. These properties can be divided into the following three groups, according to their designation and if they appear within the Appointment Recurrence dialog.
|Range of Recurrence||RecurrenceInfo.Range (the determinant property),RecurrenceInfo.Start,RecurrenceInfo.End,RecurrenceInfo.Duration,RecurrenceInfo.OccurrenceCount|
|Recurrence Pattern||RecurrenceInfo.Type (the determinant property),RecurrenceInfo.WeekOfMonth,RecurrenceInfo.WeekDays,RecurrenceInfo.Periodicity,RecurrenceInfo.Month,RecurrenceInfo.DayNumber|
The data that the RecurrenceInfo class provides is sufficient to calculate a particular appointment’s reoccurrence.
An instance of the RecurrenceInfo class can be accessed via a recurring appointment’s Appointment.RecurrenceInfo property.
To specify recurrence information for an appointment, you shouldn’t create a RecurrenceInfo instance. It is created automatically for the appointment’s pattern. See the How to: Create Appointments with Various Recurrence Types Programmatically topic for more information.
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