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KCalendarCore::FreeBusyCache Class Referenceabstract

#include <freebusycache.h>

Public Member Functions

virtual ~FreeBusyCache ()
virtual FreeBusy::Ptr loadFreeBusy (const QString &email)=0
virtual bool saveFreeBusy (const FreeBusy::Ptr &freebusy, const Person &person)=0

Protected Member Functions

virtual void virtual_hook (int id, void *data)

Detailed Description

An abstract base class to allow different implementations of storing free busy information, e.g.

local storage or storage on a Kolab server.

Definition at line 34 of file freebusycache.h.

Constructor & Destructor Documentation

◆ ~FreeBusyCache()

FreeBusyCache::~FreeBusyCache ( )


Definition at line 20 of file freebusycache.cpp.

Member Function Documentation

◆ loadFreeBusy()

virtual FreeBusy::Ptr KCalendarCore::FreeBusyCache::loadFreeBusy ( const QString & email)
pure virtual

Load freebusy information belonging to an email.

emailis a QString containing a email string in the "FirstName LastName <emailaddress>" format.
A pointer to the FreeBusy object loaded for the specified email; returns 0 if there was some problem attempting to load the FreeBusy information.

◆ saveFreeBusy()

virtual bool KCalendarCore::FreeBusyCache::saveFreeBusy ( const FreeBusy::Ptr & freebusy,
const Person & person )
pure virtual

Save freebusy information belonging to an email.

freebusyis a pointer to a valid FreeBusy instance.
personis a valid Person instance.
true if the save was successful; false otherwise.

◆ virtual_hook()

void FreeBusyCache::virtual_hook ( int id,
void * data )

Standard trick to add virtuals later.

idis any integer unique to this class which we will use to identify the method to be called.
datais a pointer to some glob of data, typically a struct.

Definition at line 24 of file freebusycache.cpp.

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