Calendar field descriptions
You can use many fields to define a calendar.
The following table describes the fields that comprise a calendar.
|Name||A name for the calendar.|
|Description||Text that describes the calendar.|
|How long is the calendar in effect?: Start Date||Date when the calendar is to start (defaults to creation date).|
|How long is the calendar in effect?: There is no End Date||No end date is set for this calendar.|
|How long is the calendar in effect?: On end date||The date on which this calendar ends. Defaults to the last day of the year after the creation date. You cannot set it beyond that date.|
|Which days and dates are included or excluded for monitoring?||The frequency of occurrence (daily, weekly, monthly, or yearly). Select an end time for the recurrence range by clicking the calendar and selecting a date or select No end date to create a nonending recurrence range. Select Daily, Weekly, Monthly, or Yearly to identify how often to run the schedule. For each option, select the recurrence pattern to use.|
|Which days and dates are included or excluded for monitoring?: Exceptions||Shows active and inactive dates for the selected calendar. Click a date to activate or deactivate. Click Reset to reset the calendar to the dates originally set by choosing the Recurrence Pattern on the Edit calendar exception. Click the Left Arrow button to move to a prior month. Click the Right Arrow button to move forward to the next month.|
|Permissions: Only users that can edit this calendar||Restricted roles to select from. Select a role and move to Only users that can edit this calendar by clicking the Right Arrow button.|
|Permissions: Roles that can edit this calendar||Restricted roles that have permission to modify this calendar.|
|Permissions: All users||When selected, this option makes the calendar public and available for selection by all users. Once a public calendar is referenced by any other object, you cannot make it private by restricting visibility to specific roles/users.|