This property defines the overall status or confirmation for the calendar component.
IANA and non-standard property parameters can be specified on this property.
In a group-scheduled calendar component, the property is used by the "Organizer" to provide a confirmation of the event to the "Attendees". For example in a "VEVENT" calendar component, the "Organizer" can indicate that a meeting is tentative, confirmed, or cancelled. In a "VTODO" calendar component, the "Organizer" can indicate that an action item needs action, is completed, is in process or being worked on, or has been cancelled. In a "VJOURNAL" calendar component, the "Organizer" can indicate that a journal entry is draft, final, or has been cancelled or removed.
This property is defined by the following notation:
status = "STATUS" statparam ":" statvalue CRLF
statparam = *(";" other-param)
statvalue = (statvalue-event / statvalue-todo / statvalue-jour)
statvalue-event = "TENTATIVE" ;Indicates event is tentative. / "CONFIRMED" ;Indicates event is definite. / "CANCELLED" ;Indicates event was cancelled. ;Status values for a "VEVENT"
statvalue-todo = "NEEDS-ACTION" ;Indicates to-do needs action. / "COMPLETED" ;Indicates to-do completed. / "IN-PROCESS" ;Indicates to-do in process of. / "CANCELLED" ;Indicates to-do was cancelled. ;Status values for "VTODO".
statvalue-jour = "DRAFT" ;Indicates journal is draft. / "FINAL" ;Indicates journal is final. / "CANCELLED" ;Indicates journal is removed. ;Status values for "VJOURNAL".
The following is an example of this property for a "VEVENT" calendar component:
The following is an example of this property for a "VTODO" calendar component:
The following is an example of this property for a "VJOURNAL" calendar component:
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