Exporting a Calendar
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As of SEP sesam v. 4.4.3, you can create customized calendars. For example, you can define a calendar with specific days on which you want to perform or prevent special job executions, such as backup and migration. You can modify, import, export and delete a calendar. For more details on calendars, see About scheduling.
By exporting an existing SEP sesam calendar you can use the calendar by other applications, such as Google and Apple Calendar. You can also copy all events from one SEP sesam calendar to another by exporting and then importing a calendar.
Supported calendar file formats
Supported filename extensions for iCalendar are .ical and .ics. These data formats are used for representing a collection of calendar and scheduling information. The iCalendar format is supported by a number of products, including Google Calendar, Apple Calendar, IBM Lotus Notes, Lightning/Mozilla, Microsoft Outlook and Micro Focus GroupWise (formerly Novell Groupwise).
Calendar is exported as an .ics file.
To export a calendar, proceed as follows:
- From Main Selection -> Scheduling -> Schedules, double-click one of the existing schedules or click New Schedule. The Schedule properties window appears.
- In the table providing selection of different time parameters tabs (once, daily, weekly, monthly, yearly, user defined), click user defined tab and then click List all Calendars button next to the Calendar name field. Calendar Overview dialog is displayed.
- From the Existing calendars list select the calendar you want to export and click the Export button.
- In the file browser, select the directory where you want to save your exported calendar. Optionally, change the name of your exported file. By default, a calendar is exported as an .ics file.