How is a link to a Meeting Workspace stored for a Calendar Event?

James Love
  • How is a link to a Meeting Workspace stored for a Calendar Event? James Love

    If you open the DispForm.aspx for an item in a Calendar List, you see a link and display text to the Meeting Workspace (if one exists) for that event.

    How can I access the link to the Meeting Workspace from the Object Model? There appears to be a boolean field called "Workspace" which says if one exists or not, but I can't seem to find a way to see which Workspace it links to.

    Any ideas?

  • This seems to work for me

    using (SPSite site = new SPSite("http://siteurl"))
                using (SPWeb web = site.OpenWeb())
                    SPList calendar = web.Lists["Calendar"];
                    foreach (SPListItem item in calendar.Items)
                        bool hasWorkspace = Convert.ToBoolean(item["WorkspaceLink"]);
                        if (hasWorkspace)
                            string workspace = item["Workspace"].ToString();

calendar object-model meeting-workspace
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