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I want to add event to public Calendars using Apex code in trigger. Currently I have hardcoded id of public Calendar in my code. But I don't want to hardcode id of Calendars. I want to query it in my code. But I am not able to query it as it says sObject type 'Calendar' is not supported.

Any help is appreciated.

Thanks Ankush

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  • Can anyone please suggest me how to query salesforce Calendar object – Ankush Dureja Oct 12 '14 at 18:33
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I have run into this as well. I am having trouble finding a link to post (I will keep searching), but our workaround is a custom object with a Calendar_Id__c field because we need lookups to this object, otherwise you could use a custom setting to store the names.

Inelegant, perhaps, but you can retrieve them programmatically as you desire.

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From what I've read and tried, this is currently not possible. Sad, but that's how it is.

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  • Maybe you could provide some links to what you have read saying this is not possible. – Chris Duncombe Jan 7 '15 at 15:10
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You can access it finally in API Version 45 - Select Id,Name From Calendar Where Type='Resource'

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