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RFC 5545

 
 
 

Internet Calendaring and Scheduling Core Object Specification (iCalendar)

Part 4 of 7, p. 76 to 94
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3.7.  Calendar Properties

   The Calendar Properties are attributes that apply to the iCalendar
   object, as a whole.  These properties do not appear within a calendar
   component.  They SHOULD be specified after the "BEGIN:VCALENDAR"
   delimiter string and prior to any calendar component.

3.7.1.  Calendar Scale

   Property Name:  CALSCALE

   Purpose:  This property defines the calendar scale used for the
      calendar information specified in the iCalendar object.

   Value Type:  TEXT

   Property Parameters:  IANA and non-standard property parameters can
      be specified on this property.

   Conformance:  This property can be specified once in an iCalendar
      object.  The default value is "GREGORIAN".

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   Description:  This memo is based on the Gregorian calendar scale.
      The Gregorian calendar scale is assumed if this property is not
      specified in the iCalendar object.  It is expected that other
      calendar scales will be defined in other specifications or by
      future versions of this memo.

   Format Definition:  This property is defined by the following
      notation:

       calscale   = "CALSCALE" calparam ":" calvalue CRLF

       calparam   = *(";" other-param)

       calvalue   = "GREGORIAN"

   Example:  The following is an example of this property:

       CALSCALE:GREGORIAN

3.7.2.  Method

   Property Name:  METHOD

   Purpose:  This property defines the iCalendar object method
      associated with the calendar object.

   Value Type:  TEXT

   Property Parameters:  IANA and non-standard property parameters can
      be specified on this property.

   Conformance:  This property can be specified once in an iCalendar
      object.

   Description:  When used in a MIME message entity, the value of this
      property MUST be the same as the Content-Type "method" parameter
      value.  If either the "METHOD" property or the Content-Type
      "method" parameter is specified, then the other MUST also be
      specified.

      No methods are defined by this specification.  This is the subject
      of other specifications, such as the iCalendar Transport-
      independent Interoperability Protocol (iTIP) defined by [2446bis].

      If this property is not present in the iCalendar object, then a
      scheduling transaction MUST NOT be assumed.  In such cases, the
      iCalendar object is merely being used to transport a snapshot of

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      some calendar information; without the intention of conveying a
      scheduling semantic.

   Format Definition:  This property is defined by the following
      notation:

       method     = "METHOD" metparam ":" metvalue CRLF

       metparam   = *(";" other-param)

       metvalue   = iana-token

   Example:  The following is a hypothetical example of this property to
      convey that the iCalendar object is a scheduling request:

       METHOD:REQUEST

3.7.3.  Product Identifier

   Property Name:  PRODID

   Purpose:  This property specifies the identifier for the product that
      created the iCalendar object.

   Value Type:  TEXT

   Property Parameters:  IANA and non-standard property parameters can
      be specified on this property.

   Conformance:  The property MUST be specified once in an iCalendar
      object.

   Description:  The vendor of the implementation SHOULD assure that
      this is a globally unique identifier; using some technique such as
      an FPI value, as defined in [ISO.9070.1991].

      This property SHOULD NOT be used to alter the interpretation of an
      iCalendar object beyond the semantics specified in this memo.  For
      example, it is not to be used to further the understanding of non-
      standard properties.

   Format Definition:  This property is defined by the following
      notation:

       prodid     = "PRODID" pidparam ":" pidvalue CRLF

       pidparam   = *(";" other-param)

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       pidvalue   = text
       ;Any text that describes the product and version
       ;and that is generally assured of being unique.

   Example:  The following is an example of this property.  It does not
      imply that English is the default language.

       PRODID:-//ABC Corporation//NONSGML My Product//EN

3.7.4.  Version

   Property Name:  VERSION

   Purpose:  This property specifies the identifier corresponding to the
      highest version number or the minimum and maximum range of the
      iCalendar specification that is required in order to interpret the
      iCalendar object.

   Value Type:  TEXT

   Property Parameters:  IANA and non-standard property parameters can
      be specified on this property.

   Conformance:  This property MUST be specified once in an iCalendar
      object.

   Description:  A value of "2.0" corresponds to this memo.

   Format Definition:  This property is defined by the following
      notation:

       version    = "VERSION" verparam ":" vervalue CRLF

       verparam   = *(";" other-param)

       vervalue   = "2.0"         ;This memo
                  / maxver
                  / (minver ";" maxver)

       minver     = <A IANA-registered iCalendar version identifier>
       ;Minimum iCalendar version needed to parse the iCalendar object.

       maxver     = <A IANA-registered iCalendar version identifier>
       ;Maximum iCalendar version needed to parse the iCalendar object.

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   Example:  The following is an example of this property:

       VERSION:2.0

3.8.  Component Properties

   The following properties can appear within calendar components, as
   specified by each component property definition.

3.8.1.  Descriptive Component Properties

   The following properties specify descriptive information about
   calendar components.

3.8.1.1.  Attachment

   Property Name:  ATTACH

   Purpose:  This property provides the capability to associate a
      document object with a calendar component.

   Value Type:  The default value type for this property is URI.  The
      value type can also be set to BINARY to indicate inline binary
      encoded content information.

   Property Parameters:  IANA, non-standard, inline encoding, and value
      data type property parameters can be specified on this property.
      The format type parameter can be specified on this property and is
      RECOMMENDED for inline binary encoded content information.

   Conformance:  This property can be specified multiple times in a
      "VEVENT", "VTODO", "VJOURNAL", or "VALARM" calendar component with
      the exception of AUDIO alarm that only allows this property to
      occur once.

   Description:  This property is used in "VEVENT", "VTODO", and
      "VJOURNAL" calendar components to associate a resource (e.g.,
      document) with the calendar component.  This property is used in
      "VALARM" calendar components to specify an audio sound resource or
      an email message attachment.  This property can be specified as a
      URI pointing to a resource or as inline binary encoded content.

      When this property is specified as inline binary encoded content,
      calendar applications MAY attempt to guess the media type of the
      resource via inspection of its content if and only if the media
      type of the resource is not given by the "FMTTYPE" parameter.  If
      the media type remains unknown, calendar applications SHOULD treat
      it as type "application/octet-stream".

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   Format Definition:  This property is defined by the following
      notation:

       attach     = "ATTACH" attachparam ( ":" uri ) /
                    (
                      ";" "ENCODING" "=" "BASE64"
                      ";" "VALUE" "=" "BINARY"
                      ":" binary
                    )
                    CRLF

       attachparam = *(
                   ;
                   ; The following is OPTIONAL for a URI value,
                   ; RECOMMENDED for a BINARY value,
                   ; and MUST NOT occur more than once.
                   ;
                   (";" fmttypeparam) /
                   ;
                   ; The following is OPTIONAL,
                   ; and MAY occur more than once.
                   ;
                   (";" other-param)
                   ;
                   )

   Example:  The following are examples of this property:

       ATTACH:CID:jsmith.part3.960817T083000.xyzMail@example.com

       ATTACH;FMTTYPE=application/postscript:ftp://example.com/pub/
        reports/r-960812.ps

3.8.1.2.  Categories

   Property Name:  CATEGORIES

   Purpose:  This property defines the categories for a calendar
      component.

   Value Type:  TEXT

   Property Parameters:  IANA, non-standard, and language property
      parameters can be specified on this property.

   Conformance:  The property can be specified within "VEVENT", "VTODO",
      or "VJOURNAL" calendar components.

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   Description:  This property is used to specify categories or subtypes
      of the calendar component.  The categories are useful in searching
      for a calendar component of a particular type and category.
      Within the "VEVENT", "VTODO", or "VJOURNAL" calendar components,
      more than one category can be specified as a COMMA-separated list
      of categories.

   Format Definition:  This property is defined by the following
      notation:

       categories = "CATEGORIES" catparam ":" text *("," text)
                    CRLF

       catparam   = *(
                  ;
                  ; The following is OPTIONAL,
                  ; but MUST NOT occur more than once.
                  ;
                  (";" languageparam ) /
                  ;
                  ; The following is OPTIONAL,
                  ; and MAY occur more than once.
                  ;
                  (";" other-param)
                  ;
                  )

   Example:  The following are examples of this property:

       CATEGORIES:APPOINTMENT,EDUCATION

       CATEGORIES:MEETING

3.8.1.3.  Classification

   Property Name:  CLASS

   Purpose:  This property defines the access classification for a
      calendar component.

   Value Type:  TEXT

   Property Parameters:  IANA and non-standard property parameters can
      be specified on this property.

   Conformance:  The property can be specified once in a "VEVENT",
      "VTODO", or "VJOURNAL" calendar components.

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   Description:  An access classification is only one component of the
      general security system within a calendar application.  It
      provides a method of capturing the scope of the access the
      calendar owner intends for information within an individual
      calendar entry.  The access classification of an individual
      iCalendar component is useful when measured along with the other
      security components of a calendar system (e.g., calendar user
      authentication, authorization, access rights, access role, etc.).
      Hence, the semantics of the individual access classifications
      cannot be completely defined by this memo alone.  Additionally,
      due to the "blind" nature of most exchange processes using this
      memo, these access classifications cannot serve as an enforcement
      statement for a system receiving an iCalendar object.  Rather,
      they provide a method for capturing the intention of the calendar
      owner for the access to the calendar component.  If not specified
      in a component that allows this property, the default value is
      PUBLIC.  Applications MUST treat x-name and iana-token values they
      don't recognize the same way as they would the PRIVATE value.

   Format Definition:  This property is defined by the following
      notation:

       class      = "CLASS" classparam ":" classvalue CRLF

       classparam = *(";" other-param)

       classvalue = "PUBLIC" / "PRIVATE" / "CONFIDENTIAL" / iana-token
                  / x-name
       ;Default is PUBLIC

   Example:  The following is an example of this property:

       CLASS:PUBLIC

3.8.1.4.  Comment

   Property Name:  COMMENT

   Purpose:  This property specifies non-processing information intended
      to provide a comment to the calendar user.

   Value Type:  TEXT

   Property Parameters:  IANA, non-standard, alternate text
      representation, and language property parameters can be specified
      on this property.

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   Conformance:  This property can be specified multiple times in
      "VEVENT", "VTODO", "VJOURNAL", and "VFREEBUSY" calendar components
      as well as in the "STANDARD" and "DAYLIGHT" sub-components.

   Description:  This property is used to specify a comment to the
      calendar user.

   Format Definition:  This property is defined by the following
      notation:

       comment    = "COMMENT" commparam ":" text CRLF

       commparam  = *(
                  ;
                  ; The following are OPTIONAL,
                  ; but MUST NOT occur more than once.
                  ;
                  (";" altrepparam) / (";" languageparam) /
                  ;
                  ; The following is OPTIONAL,
                  ; and MAY occur more than once.
                  ;
                  (";" other-param)
                  ;
                  )

   Example:  The following is an example of this property:

       COMMENT:The meeting really needs to include both ourselves
         and the customer. We can't hold this meeting without them.
         As a matter of fact\, the venue for the meeting ought to be at
         their site. - - John

3.8.1.5.  Description

   Property Name:  DESCRIPTION

   Purpose:  This property provides a more complete description of the
      calendar component than that provided by the "SUMMARY" property.

   Value Type:  TEXT

   Property Parameters:  IANA, non-standard, alternate text
      representation, and language property parameters can be specified
      on this property.

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   Conformance:  The property can be specified in the "VEVENT", "VTODO",
      "VJOURNAL", or "VALARM" calendar components.  The property can be
      specified multiple times only within a "VJOURNAL" calendar
      component.

   Description:  This property is used in the "VEVENT" and "VTODO" to
      capture lengthy textual descriptions associated with the activity.

      This property is used in the "VJOURNAL" calendar component to
      capture one or more textual journal entries.

      This property is used in the "VALARM" calendar component to
      capture the display text for a DISPLAY category of alarm, and to
      capture the body text for an EMAIL category of alarm.

   Format Definition:  This property is defined by the following
      notation:

       description = "DESCRIPTION" descparam ":" text CRLF

       descparam   = *(
                   ;
                   ; The following are OPTIONAL,
                   ; but MUST NOT occur more than once.
                   ;
                   (";" altrepparam) / (";" languageparam) /
                   ;
                   ; The following is OPTIONAL,
                   ; and MAY occur more than once.
                   ;
                   (";" other-param)
                   ;
                   )

   Example:  The following is an example of this property with formatted
      line breaks in the property value:

       DESCRIPTION:Meeting to provide technical review for "Phoenix"
         design.\nHappy Face Conference Room. Phoenix design team
         MUST attend this meeting.\nRSVP to team leader.

3.8.1.6.  Geographic Position

   Property Name:  GEO

   Purpose:  This property specifies information related to the global
      position for the activity specified by a calendar component.

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   Value Type:  FLOAT.  The value MUST be two SEMICOLON-separated FLOAT
      values.

   Property Parameters:  IANA and non-standard property parameters can
      be specified on this property.

   Conformance:  This property can be specified in "VEVENT" or "VTODO"
      calendar components.

   Description:  This property value specifies latitude and longitude,
      in that order (i.e., "LAT LON" ordering).  The longitude
      represents the location east or west of the prime meridian as a
      positive or negative real number, respectively.  The longitude and
      latitude values MAY be specified up to six decimal places, which
      will allow for accuracy to within one meter of geographical
      position.  Receiving applications MUST accept values of this
      precision and MAY truncate values of greater precision.

      Values for latitude and longitude shall be expressed as decimal
      fractions of degrees.  Whole degrees of latitude shall be
      represented by a two-digit decimal number ranging from 0 through
      90.  Whole degrees of longitude shall be represented by a decimal
      number ranging from 0 through 180.  When a decimal fraction of a
      degree is specified, it shall be separated from the whole number
      of degrees by a decimal point.

      Latitudes north of the equator shall be specified by a plus sign
      (+), or by the absence of a minus sign (-), preceding the digits
      designating degrees.  Latitudes south of the Equator shall be
      designated by a minus sign (-) preceding the digits designating
      degrees.  A point on the Equator shall be assigned to the Northern
      Hemisphere.

      Longitudes east of the prime meridian shall be specified by a plus
      sign (+), or by the absence of a minus sign (-), preceding the
      digits designating degrees.  Longitudes west of the meridian shall
      be designated by minus sign (-) preceding the digits designating
      degrees.  A point on the prime meridian shall be assigned to the
      Eastern Hemisphere.  A point on the 180th meridian shall be
      assigned to the Western Hemisphere.  One exception to this last
      convention is permitted.  For the special condition of describing
      a band of latitude around the earth, the East Bounding Coordinate
      data element shall be assigned the value +180 (180) degrees.

      Any spatial address with a latitude of +90 (90) or -90 degrees
      will specify the position at the North or South Pole,
      respectively.  The component for longitude may have any legal
      value.

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      With the exception of the special condition described above, this
      form is specified in [ANSI INCITS 61-1986].

      The simple formula for converting degrees-minutes-seconds into
      decimal degrees is:

      decimal = degrees + minutes/60 + seconds/3600.

   Format Definition:  This property is defined by the following
      notation:

       geo        = "GEO" geoparam ":" geovalue CRLF

       geoparam   = *(";" other-param)

       geovalue   = float ";" float
       ;Latitude and Longitude components

   Example:  The following is an example of this property:

       GEO:37.386013;-122.082932

3.8.1.7.  Location

   Property Name:  LOCATION

   Purpose:  This property defines the intended venue for the activity
      defined by a calendar component.

   Value Type:  TEXT

   Property Parameters:  IANA, non-standard, alternate text
      representation, and language property parameters can be specified
      on this property.

   Conformance:  This property can be specified in "VEVENT" or "VTODO"
      calendar component.

   Description:  Specific venues such as conference or meeting rooms may
      be explicitly specified using this property.  An alternate
      representation may be specified that is a URI that points to
      directory information with more structured specification of the
      location.  For example, the alternate representation may specify
      either an LDAP URL [RFC4516] pointing to an LDAP server entry or a
      CID URL [RFC2392] pointing to a MIME body part containing a
      Virtual-Information Card (vCard) [RFC2426] for the location.

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   Format Definition:  This property is defined by the following
      notation:

       location   = "LOCATION"  locparam ":" text CRLF

       locparam   = *(
                  ;
                  ; The following are OPTIONAL,
                  ; but MUST NOT occur more than once.
                  ;
                  (";" altrepparam) / (";" languageparam) /
                  ;
                  ; The following is OPTIONAL,
                  ; and MAY occur more than once.
                  ;
                  (";" other-param)
                  ;
                  )

   Example:  The following are some examples of this property:

       LOCATION:Conference Room - F123\, Bldg. 002

       LOCATION;ALTREP="http://xyzcorp.com/conf-rooms/f123.vcf":
        Conference Room - F123\, Bldg. 002

3.8.1.8.  Percent Complete

   Property Name:  PERCENT-COMPLETE

   Purpose:  This property is used by an assignee or delegatee of a
      to-do to convey the percent completion of a to-do to the
      "Organizer".

   Value Type:  INTEGER

   Property Parameters:  IANA and non-standard property parameters can
      be specified on this property.

   Conformance:  This property can be specified once in a "VTODO"
      calendar component.

   Description:  The property value is a positive integer between 0 and
      100.  A value of "0" indicates the to-do has not yet been started.
      A value of "100" indicates that the to-do has been completed.
      Integer values in between indicate the percent partially complete.

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      When a to-do is assigned to multiple individuals, the property
      value indicates the percent complete for that portion of the to-do
      assigned to the assignee or delegatee.  For example, if a to-do is
      assigned to both individuals "A" and "B".  A reply from "A" with a
      percent complete of "70" indicates that "A" has completed 70% of
      the to-do assigned to them.  A reply from "B" with a percent
      complete of "50" indicates "B" has completed 50% of the to-do
      assigned to them.

   Format Definition:  This property is defined by the following
      notation:

       percent = "PERCENT-COMPLETE" pctparam ":" integer CRLF

       pctparam   = *(";" other-param)

   Example:  The following is an example of this property to show 39%
      completion:

       PERCENT-COMPLETE:39

3.8.1.9.  Priority

   Property Name:  PRIORITY

   Purpose:  This property defines the relative priority for a calendar
      component.

   Value Type:  INTEGER

   Property Parameters:  IANA and non-standard property parameters can
      be specified on this property.

   Conformance:  This property can be specified in "VEVENT" and "VTODO"
      calendar components.

   Description:  This priority is specified as an integer in the range 0
      to 9.  A value of 0 specifies an undefined priority.  A value of 1
      is the highest priority.  A value of 2 is the second highest
      priority.  Subsequent numbers specify a decreasing ordinal
      priority.  A value of 9 is the lowest priority.

      A CUA with a three-level priority scheme of "HIGH", "MEDIUM", and
      "LOW" is mapped into this property such that a property value in
      the range of 1 to 4 specifies "HIGH" priority.  A value of 5 is
      the normal or "MEDIUM" priority.  A value in the range of 6 to 9
      is "LOW" priority.

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      A CUA with a priority schema of "A1", "A2", "A3", "B1", "B2", ...,
      "C3" is mapped into this property such that a property value of 1
      specifies "A1", a property value of 2 specifies "A2", a property
      value of 3 specifies "A3", and so forth up to a property value of
      9 specifies "C3".

      Other integer values are reserved for future use.

      Within a "VEVENT" calendar component, this property specifies a
      priority for the event.  This property may be useful when more
      than one event is scheduled for a given time period.

      Within a "VTODO" calendar component, this property specified a
      priority for the to-do.  This property is useful in prioritizing
      multiple action items for a given time period.

   Format Definition:  This property is defined by the following
      notation:

       priority   = "PRIORITY" prioparam ":" priovalue CRLF
       ;Default is zero (i.e., undefined).

       prioparam  = *(";" other-param)

       priovalue   = integer       ;Must be in the range [0..9]
          ; All other values are reserved for future use.

   Example:  The following is an example of a property with the highest
      priority:

       PRIORITY:1

      The following is an example of a property with a next highest
      priority:

       PRIORITY:2

      The following is an example of a property with no priority.  This
      is equivalent to not specifying the "PRIORITY" property:

       PRIORITY:0

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3.8.1.10.  Resources

   Property Name:  RESOURCES

   Purpose:  This property defines the equipment or resources
      anticipated for an activity specified by a calendar component.

   Value Type:  TEXT

   Property Parameters:  IANA, non-standard, alternate text
      representation, and language property parameters can be specified
      on this property.

   Conformance:  This property can be specified once in "VEVENT" or
      "VTODO" calendar component.

   Description:  The property value is an arbitrary text.  More than one
      resource can be specified as a COMMA-separated list of resources.

   Format Definition:  This property is defined by the following
      notation:

       resources  = "RESOURCES" resrcparam ":" text *("," text) CRLF

       resrcparam = *(
                  ;
                  ; The following are OPTIONAL,
                  ; but MUST NOT occur more than once.
                  ;
                  (";" altrepparam) / (";" languageparam) /
                  ;
                  ; The following is OPTIONAL,
                  ; and MAY occur more than once.
                  ;
                  (";" other-param)
                  ;
                  )

   Example:  The following is an example of this property:

       RESOURCES:EASEL,PROJECTOR,VCR

       RESOURCES;LANGUAGE=fr:Nettoyeur haute pression

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3.8.1.11.  Status

   Property Name:  STATUS

   Purpose:  This property defines the overall status or confirmation
      for the calendar component.

   Value Type:  TEXT

   Property Parameters:  IANA and non-standard property parameters can
      be specified on this property.

   Conformance:  This property can be specified once in "VEVENT",
      "VTODO", or "VJOURNAL" calendar components.

   Description:  In a group-scheduled calendar component, the property
      is used by the "Organizer" to provide a confirmation of the event
      to the "Attendees".  For example in a "VEVENT" calendar component,
      the "Organizer" can indicate that a meeting is tentative,
      confirmed, or cancelled.  In a "VTODO" calendar component, the
      "Organizer" can indicate that an action item needs action, is
      completed, is in process or being worked on, or has been
      cancelled.  In a "VJOURNAL" calendar component, the "Organizer"
      can indicate that a journal entry is draft, final, or has been
      cancelled or removed.

   Format Definition:  This property is defined by the following
      notation:

       status          = "STATUS" statparam ":" statvalue CRLF

       statparam       = *(";" other-param)

       statvalue       = (statvalue-event
                       /  statvalue-todo
                       /  statvalue-jour)

       statvalue-event = "TENTATIVE"    ;Indicates event is tentative.
                       / "CONFIRMED"    ;Indicates event is definite.
                       / "CANCELLED"    ;Indicates event was cancelled.
       ;Status values for a "VEVENT"

       statvalue-todo  = "NEEDS-ACTION" ;Indicates to-do needs action.
                       / "COMPLETED"    ;Indicates to-do completed.
                       / "IN-PROCESS"   ;Indicates to-do in process of.
                       / "CANCELLED"    ;Indicates to-do was cancelled.
       ;Status values for "VTODO".

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       statvalue-jour  = "DRAFT"        ;Indicates journal is draft.
                       / "FINAL"        ;Indicates journal is final.
                       / "CANCELLED"    ;Indicates journal is removed.
      ;Status values for "VJOURNAL".

   Example:  The following is an example of this property for a "VEVENT"
      calendar component:

       STATUS:TENTATIVE

      The following is an example of this property for a "VTODO"
      calendar component:

       STATUS:NEEDS-ACTION

      The following is an example of this property for a "VJOURNAL"
      calendar component:

       STATUS:DRAFT

3.8.1.12.  Summary

   Property Name:  SUMMARY

   Purpose:  This property defines a short summary or subject for the
      calendar component.

   Value Type:  TEXT

   Property Parameters:  IANA, non-standard, alternate text
      representation, and language property parameters can be specified
      on this property.

   Conformance:  The property can be specified in "VEVENT", "VTODO",
      "VJOURNAL", or "VALARM" calendar components.

   Description:  This property is used in the "VEVENT", "VTODO", and
      "VJOURNAL" calendar components to capture a short, one-line
      summary about the activity or journal entry.

      This property is used in the "VALARM" calendar component to
      capture the subject of an EMAIL category of alarm.

   Format Definition:  This property is defined by the following
      notation:

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       summary    = "SUMMARY" summparam ":" text CRLF

       summparam  = *(
                  ;
                  ; The following are OPTIONAL,
                  ; but MUST NOT occur more than once.
                  ;
                  (";" altrepparam) / (";" languageparam) /
                  ;
                  ; The following is OPTIONAL,
                  ; and MAY occur more than once.
                  ;
                  (";" other-param)
                  ;
                  )

   Example:  The following is an example of this property:

       SUMMARY:Department Party



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