ReportingService2010.SetScheduleProperties(String, String, ScheduleDefinition) ReportingService2010.SetScheduleProperties(String, String, ScheduleDefinition) Method


Sets the properties of a shared schedule.

 void SetScheduleProperties(System::String ^ Name, System::String ^ ScheduleID, ReportService2010::ScheduleDefinition ^ ScheduleDefinition);
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public void SetScheduleProperties (string Name, string ScheduleID, ReportService2010.ScheduleDefinition ScheduleDefinition);


String String

The name of the schedule.

String String

The ID of the schedule.

ScheduleDefinition ScheduleDefinition

A ScheduleDefinition object that defines the schedule properties and values to set.


The table below shows header and permissions information on this operation.

SOAP Header Usage (In) TrustedUserHeaderValue

(Out) ServerInfoHeaderValue
Native Mode Required Permissions UpdateSchedules (System)
SharePoint Mode Required Permissions ManageWeb

To remove a property from a shared schedule, set the property to null (Nothing in Visual Basic). Setting an empty value for a property that does not exist does not affect the schedule.

If you set the value of a property that already exists, the value is overwritten.

The SetScheduleProperties method does not stop execution of a scheduled operation when the method is invoked. If the schedule is updated during a scheduled run, changes are reflected in subsequent runs.

The MonthlyDOWRecurrence pattern is not supported in SharePoint integrated mode.

Applies to