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Programmatically Move Task to Different Meeting Instance

Posted By:      Posted Date: October 19, 2010    Points: 0   Category :SharePoint


I have a recurring meeting workspace template set up with Task/Agenda/Attendees lists etc.

I want to add a "copy" event receiver that will allow me to copy a Task item forward to a different instance of a meeting.

Is it possible to programmatically access the InstanceID of a meeting programmatically on a Task Item?  If so. where is this stored on each Task Item?  It does not seem to be visible within the column list.

If somebody has a code snippet of how to get the instanceID of a meeting from a Task Item that would really help.


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