QCalendarPermission Class

Access the user's calendar. More...

Header: #include <QPermissions>
CMake: find_package(Qt6 REQUIRED COMPONENTS Core)
target_link_libraries(mytarget PRIVATE Qt6::Core)
qmake: QT += core
Since: Qt 6.5

Public Types

enum AccessMode { ReadOnly, ReadWrite }

Public Functions

QCalendarPermission::AccessMode accessMode() const
void setAccessMode(QCalendarPermission::AccessMode mode)

Detailed Description

By default the request is for read-only access. Use setAccessMode() to override the default.


To request this permission at runtime, the following platform specific usage declarations have to be made at build time:

AppleUsage descriptionNSCalendarsUsageDescription
Androiduses-permissionandroid.permission.READ_CALENDAR. android.permission.WRITE_CALENDAR if QCalendarPermission::accessMode() is set to AccessMode::ReadWrite.

Please see the individual usage declaration types for how to add them to your project.

See also QPermission, QCoreApplication::requestPermission(), QCoreApplication::checkPermission(), and Application Permissions.

Member Type Documentation

enum QCalendarPermission::AccessMode

This enum is used to control access to the calendar data.

QCalendarPermission::ReadOnly0Read-only access to the calendar data (the default).
QCalendarPermission::ReadWrite1Read and write access to the calendar data.

See also setAccessMode and accessMode.

Member Function Documentation

QCalendarPermission::AccessMode QCalendarPermission::accessMode() const

Returns AccessMode::ReadWrite when the request is for read-write and AccessMode::ReadOnly when it is for read-only access to the calendar.

See also setAccessMode().

void QCalendarPermission::setAccessMode(QCalendarPermission::AccessMode mode)

Sets whether the request is for read-write (mode == AccessMode::ReadOnly) or read-only (mode == AccessMode::ReadOnly) access to the calendar.

See also accessMode().

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