9.6.4. CALDAV:prop XML Element
Defines which properties to return in the response.
The "name" attribute specifies the name of the calendar property to return (e.g., ATTENDEE). The "novalue" attribute can be used by clients to request that the actual value of the property not be returned (if the "novalue" attribute is set to "yes"). In that case, the server will return just the iCalendar property name and any iCalendar parameters and a trailing ":" without the subsequent value data.
name value: a calendar property name novalue value: "yes" or "no"
The CALDAV element defined in [RFC2518]. However, the CALDAV:prop element is defined in the "urn:ietf:params:xml:ns:caldav" namespace instead of the "DAV:" namespace.
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