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Blackout file structure

Blackout file structure

The blackout file is an XML file that contains elements that define each blackout period and the frequency, start time, and end time for each blackout period.
The blackout file has the following structure:
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" standalone="yes"?> <BlackoutWindows> <BlackoutWindow> <RepeatFrequency></RepeatFrequency> <Start></Start> <End></End> </BlackoutWindow> <BlackoutWindow> <RepeatFrequency></RepeatFrequency> <Start></Start> <End></End> </BlackoutWindow> … </BlackoutWindows>
The file contains the following elements:
Element
Required/
Optional
Description
BlackoutWindows
Required
Contains a BlackoutWindow element for each blackout period.
Must contain one or more BlackoutWindow elements.
BlackoutWindow
Required
Defines one blackout period.
Must contain one RepeatFrequency element, one Start element, and one End element.
RepeatFrequency
Required
Repeat frequency for the blackout period.
Must contain one of the following values:

    OneTime

    Daily

    Weekdays

    Sunday

    Monday

    Tuesday

    Wednesday

    Thursday

    Friday

    Saturday

Start
Required
Blackout period start time in the format yyyy-mm-dd hh24:mi:ss. For example,
2019-07-25 10:26:55
.
The time zone is the Secure Agent time zone.
End
Required
Blackout period end time in the format yyyy-mm-dd hh24:mi:ss. For example,
2019-07-26 11:45:00
.
The time zone is the Secure Agent time zone.
Do not enclose element values in quotation marks.


Updated October 29, 2020