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Hi FolksWonder if you encounter similar finding when the start time of calendar rule that is stored on db is always on the start of the day?For example:I have set up off time to start on 11:30 AM of the day, however it is stored as 00:00 of the day (Monday, 3 May 2021):
I could calculate the endtime by adding the starttime with duration since it seems that the duration that is stored is the minutes of the day when the rule ends, however, with this data structure, I could not find a way to calculate the starttime.
Basically, I need to know the start and time when the user is off duty based on the calendar (work hours). Does anybody have any idea? Perhaps there is setting that needs to be configured?Thanks.
Dynamics CRM 8.2 On Premise
Please disregard this as I turned out to use available WebAPI QuerySchedule function instead. Thanks
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