Constants and helpers for the Events table, which contains details for individual events.
CALLER_IS_SYNCADAPTERshould be set to true and
ACCOUNT_TYPEmust be set in the Uri parameters. See
appendQueryParameter(java.lang.String, java.lang.String)for details on adding parameters. Sync adapters have write access to more columns but are restricted to a single account at a time.
_IDof the event should be provided either as an appended id to the Uri (
withAppendedId(Uri, long)) or as the first selection item--the selection should start with "_id=?" and the first selectionArg should be the _id of the event. Updates may also be done using a selection and no id. Updating an event must respect the same rules as inserting and is further restricted in the fields that can be written. See the section on Writing to Events.
_IDas an appended id on the Uri or using any standard selection. If an appended id is used a selection is not allowed. There are two versions of delete: as an app and as a sync adapter. An app delete will set the deleted column on an event and remove all instances of that event. A sync adapter delete will remove the event from the database and all associated data.
_IDis appended to the Uri. Recurring events will only return a single row regardless of the number of times that event repeats.
TIMEZONE_UTCand the time must correspond to a midnight boundary.
|From interface android.provider.BaseColumns|
|CONTENT_EXCEPTION_URI||The content:// style URI for recurring event exceptions.|
|CONTENT_URI||The content:// style URL for interacting with events.|
The content:// style URI for recurring event exceptions. Insertions require an
appended event ID. Deletion of exceptions requires both the original event ID and
the exception event ID (see
The content:// style URL for interacting with events. Appending an
event id using
withAppendedId(Uri, long) will
specify a single event.