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_capacity

Default Value: Click to edit
Valid Values: string
Changes Take Effect: Immediately

This option is mandatory.

Multiple properties that start with a prefix _capacity_ and describe capacity allocation through the course of the week. The JSON structure specifies the day of the week, and capacity for hourly slots during that day. Days of the week are numbered as recommended by ISO-8601 from 1 (Monday) to 7 (Sunday).

_capacity_1 : {
  1 : { // Monday
    "0900" : 5,
    "1000" : 7,
    "1100" : 10,
    "1200" : 10 }
}
_capacity_2 : {
  2 : { // Tuesday
    "0900" : 3,
    "1000" : 5,
    "1100" : 7,
    "1200" : 7 }
}

_capacity_add

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Valid Values: JSON-formatted String
Changes Take Effect: Immediately


Multiple properties that start with the _capacity_add_ prefix and describe the capacity exceptions for additional working days.

The format is similar to the format of _capacity_* properties but instead of a weekday, the full date for the extra day is used to prefix the capacity exception. This date is entered in the format of yyyyMMdd (year, month, day of the month).

_capacity_add_20160508 : {
  20160508 : { // May 8, 2016
    "0900" : 5,
    "1000" : 7,
    "1100" : 10 }
}
_capacity_add_20161111 : {
  20161111 : { // November 11, 2016
    "0900" : 3,
    "1000" : 5,
    "1100" : 7 }
}

_timezone

Default Value: UTC
Valid Values: string
Changes Take Effect: Immediately

This option is mandatory.

Timezone for your capacity service. For instance, if you configured "EST", or "PST" timezones with the CME, your parameters must use the timezones defined for Java such as "America/Toronto", or "Europe/Paris". See here Wikipedia to get the list of correct timezones.

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