The CalendarProvider works with the Sun Java System Calender Server so that you can view tasks and events and launch Calendar Express without having to sign in. The LotusNotesCalendarProvider works with the Lotus Notes Server so that you can view tasks and events and launch the web application without having to sign in. The MSExchangeCalendarProvider works with the Microsoft Exchange Server so that you can view tasks and events and launch Exchanges web application.
The list of properties specific to CalendarProvider, LotusNotesCalendarProvider, and MSExchangeCalendarProvider and their description are:
Specifies the view (day, week, or month) used.
Specifies the calendar to display.
Specifies the ssoAdapter configuration to use.
If set to true, it will try to load all of the subscribed calendars and display them.
If set to true, it will not display links for tasks and events.
Specifies a list of all subscribed calendars.
Specifies the mail application helpers that you can edit settings on
Specifies the default mail application helper
Specifies the attributes that will appear on the 1st edit page for the provider. These are usually server settings and have nothing to do with display attributes
Specifies the attributes that will appear on the edit page for the application helper. These are usually display attributes and there can be multiple attributes based on number of clients, etc.
Specifies the different Calendar views displayed in the Calendar edit page.