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Specifies the calendar component types (e.g., VEVENT, VTODO, etc.) that calendar object resources can contain in the calendar collection.


This property MAY be defined on any calendar collection. If defined, it MUST be protected and SHOULD NOT be returned by a PROPFIND DAV:allprop request (as defined in Section 12.14.1 of [RFC2518]).


The CALDAV used to specify restrictions on the calendar component types that calendar object resources may contain in a calendar collection. Any attempt by the client to store calendar object resources with component types not listed in this property, if it exists, MUST result in an error, with the CALDAV:supported-calendar-component precondition (Section being violated. Since this property is protected, it cannot be changed by clients using a PROPPATCH request. However, clients can initialize the value of this property when creating a new calendar collection with MKCALENDAR. The empty-element tag MUST only be specified if support for calendar object resources that only contain VTIMEZONE components is provided or desired. Support for VTIMEZONE components in calendar object resources that contain VEVENT or VTODO components is always assumed. In the absence of this property, the server MUST accept all component types, and the client can assume that all component types are accepted.





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