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Version: 8.1

system.user.editSchedule

This function is used in Python Scripting.

Description

Allows a schedule to be edited.

Client Permission Restrictions

Permission Type: User Management

Client access to this scripting function is blocked to users that do not meet the role/zone requirements for the above permission type. This function is unaffected when run in the Gateway scope.

Syntax

system.user.editSchedule(scheduleName, schedule)

Parameters

TypeParameterDescription
StringscheduleNameThe name of the schedule to edit. Name is case-sensitive.
ScheduleModelscheduleThe schedule to add. Can be a BasicScheduleModel or CompositeScheduleModel object (or any other class that extends AbstractScheduleModel).

Returns

UIResponse - A UIResponse object with lists of warnings, errors, and info about the success or failure of the edit.

Scope

Gateway, Vision Client, Perspective Session

Code Examples

Example #1
# This example tries to edit the schedule MySchedule, and prints the results of the action.

# This function prints the response received.
def printResponse(responseList):
if len(responseList) > 0:
for response in responseList:
print "", response
else:
print " None"

# The main function.
oldScheduleName = "MySchedule"
mySchedule = system.user.getSchedule(oldScheduleName)
if mySchedule != None and mySchedule.getType() == "basic schedule":
mySchedule.setObserveHolidays(False)
mySchedule.setName("MyEditedSchedule")
mySchedule.setDescription("A modified description")
response = system.user.editSchedule(oldScheduleName, mySchedule)
warnings = response.getWarns()
print "Warnings are:"
printResponse(warnings)

errors = response.getErrors()
print "Errors are:"
printResponse(errors)

infos = response.getInfos()
print "Infos are:"
printResponse(infos)
else:
print "Basic schedule", oldScheduleName, "not found."
"""The example above outputs the following:Warnings are:
None
Errors are:
None
Infos are:
Schedule "MyEditedSchedule" updated."""