This extension provides a new type of “Action” which can be associated with any trigger: Calendar Invitation
|2020-03-11||1.0.5||* Add missing rights on some triggers and Actions for “Notification Manager” profile|
|2018-11-28||1.0.4|| * Fix invitations when end date was prior to start date
* Handle empty start date
* Add Combodo license
|2018-11-27||1.0.3||Add support for different data time formats|
|2018-08-28||1.0.2||Compatibility improvement for Outlook, Zimbra.|
|2016-02-09||1.0.1||First official release of the component. Includes a fix for building the attachments in “Test” mode.|
iTop 2.3.0 or above
Use the Standard installation process for this extension.
When prompted with the list of extensions to install, check Calendar Invitations.
There is no configuration parameter for this extension in the iTop configuration file.
For instance date.timezone = Europe/Paris
This extension is used to create a new type of “Action” to be associated with Trigger. To create such an action go to “Admin Tools / Notifications”, in the “Actions” tab, click “New…” and pick “Calendar Invitation” from the list.
The following form will be displayed:
|Name||Name of the action. Any value that is meaningful to distinguish this action||Invitation for implementing changes|
|Description||A longer explanation about the purpose of this action. for information only.|
|Status||Whether or not the action is active (= In Production), Being tested or Inactive.||In Production|
|Test Recipient||An email address for testing the notification. used when the status is “Being tested”.||email@example.com|
|From (address)||The email address used as the sender of the email. Depending on its security settings, your mail server may block the email if the sender is not a valid email firstname.lastname@example.org|
|From (label)||A human readable label for the above email address. Will be used in the description of the invitation.||ITop Change Management|
|Reply To||The email address to which the replies must be addressed, if different from the “From (address)”.|
|To|| An OQL query which returns the list of the mandatory attendees to the meeting. Placeholders are supported, prefixed with a colon (||SELECT Person WHERE id=:this->agent_id|
|CC|| An OQL query which returns the list of the mandatory attendees to the meeting. Placeholders are supported, prefixed with a colon (||SELECT Person WHERE id=:this->changemanager_id|
|Subject|| The subject of the email. Placeholders are supported, surrounded by ||Invitation for implementing $this->ref$|
|Start Date/Time|| The start date and time of the meeting. The format is YYYY-MM-DD hh:mm:ss. Placeholders are supported, surrounded by ||$this->start_date$|
|End Date/Time|| The start date and time of the meeting. The format is YYYY-MM-DD hh:mm:ss. Placeholders are supported, surrounded by |
|Meeting Subject|| The subject of the meeting. Placeholders are supported, surrounded by |
|Meeting Description|| A longer description for the meeting. Placeholders are supported, surrounded by ||$this->hyperlink$|
|Meeting Location|| A location for the meeting. Placeholders are supported, surrounded by |