Problem Get Freebusy return error!

Problem Get Freebusy return error!

Post by msnews.microsoft.co » Fri, 18 Jul 2003 20:11:32



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        in a part, I coded with VB6 but change to .Net now

        methode GetFreeBusy return error!!!!

        " The data neccessary to complet this operation is not yet
available"

I'm test on exchange server version 2000 two server
this one O.K get result success

try

{

        CDO.AddresseeClass cdoAddr = new CDO.AddresseeClass();

        ActiveDs.ADSystemInfoClass adsInfo = new
ActiveDs.ADSystemInfoClass();

        Console.WriteLine("Input Email Address");

        string strMail = Console.ReadLine();

        cdoAddr.EmailAddress = strMail;

        Console.WriteLine("Input Pwd");

//string strPwd = "1234";

        string strPwd = Console.ReadLine();

        Object vEmpty = Missing.Value;

        if(cdoAddr.CheckName("LDAP://" + adsInfo.DomainDNSName
,strMail,strPwd ))

        {

            System.Globalization.CultureInfo info =

            new System.Globalization.CultureInfo("en-US", false);

            System.Globalization.Calendar calendar = info.Calendar;

            DateTime dtNow = System.DateTime.Now;

            DateTime dt = new System.DateTime(dtNow.Year,dtNow.Month
,dtNow.Day ,8,0,0,0,calendar);

            Console.WriteLine("Start Date " + dt.ToString() );

            DateTime dt2 = new System.DateTime(dtNow.Year,dtNow.Month
,dtNow.Day ,16,0,0,0,calendar);

            Console.WriteLine("End Date " + dt2.ToString() );

            try

            {

                string freebusy = "Free Busy = " +
cdoAddr.GetFreeBusy(dt,dt2,60,null,null,null,null );

                Console.WriteLine(freebusy);

            }

            catch(Exception e)

            {

                Console.WriteLine(e.Message);

            }

       }

       else

        Console.WriteLine("Name not found");

Quote:}

catch(Exception e)

{

    Console.WriteLine(e.Message);

Quote:}

Console.Read();

__________________________________________________________ nutt srihajak
ICQ#: 255512461 Current ICQ status: + More ways to contact me
__________________________________________________________________

 
 
 

1. freebusy always returning 0's

Hi,

I'm trying to get Exchange 2000 to return when a user is free/busy.

I've created an appointment in the calendar, which marks the time as busy.
The appointment is set for 09 April 2003 from 12:30 pm to 1:30pm.  The

also been invited, and accepted the meeting.

I'm using the following URL (where exchangeserver is the name of the server
with Exchange 2000, and username is the account in which the appointment has
been made):

http://exchangeserver/exchange/username/calendar/?cmd=freebusy&start=...
d
omain.com

This always returns the following XML:

<a:response xmlns:a="WM">
 <a:recipients>
   <a:item>
    <a:displayname>All Attendees</a:displayname>
    <a:type>1</a:type>
    <a:fbdata>00000000000000000000</a:fbdata>
   </a:item>
 </a:recipients>
</a:response>

I've tried changing the smtp value (in the querystring) to

I've also changed the option in Outlook to update my freebusy status every
one minute (tools -> options -> calendar options -> free/busy options), but
this doesnt seem to have made any difference.

It looks like the problem might be with Exchange querying for all attendees.
How can I get it to only return if a specific user is available?

Any ideas?

Cheers,

Mun

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