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Calendar Audit Activity Events

This document lists the events and parameters for various types of Calendar Audit activity events. You can retrieve these events by calling Activities.list() with applicationName=calendar.

A calendar was modified

Creation or deletion of a calendar, or modification of one of its properties - e.g. its title, description, or sharing settings. Events of this type are returned with type=calendar_change.

Calendar access level(s) changed

Event details
Event name change_calendar_acls
Parameters
access_level

string

Access Level. Possible values:

  • editor
    For calendar, full owner access except that access control settings cannot be modified. For event, user may edit event.
  • freebusy
    Event(s) only show up as busy time.
  • none
    Calendar or event not visible.
  • owner
    Full access to calendar properties, access control, and events.
  • read
    Event details are readable.
  • root
    Full owner privileges plus access to preferences. Used for domain admins.
api_kind

string

API Kind. Possible values:

  • android
    Indicates that a request for an action came from an Android device.
  • api_v3
    Indicates that the request for an action came through Calendar API.
  • caldav
    Indicates that the request for an action came through Calendar CalDAV API.
  • ews
    Indicates that the request for an action came through Calendar EWS API (Calendar Interop, see https://support.google.com/a/topic/2798684).
  • gdata
    Indicates that a request for an action came through the Calendar GData API.
  • ical
    Indicates that a request for an action came from an event email with ICS payload.
  • ios
    Indicates that a request for an action came through Google Calendar app for iOS.
  • not_set
    Default value when no information is available about from where this action originated.
  • trip_service
    Indicates that the request for an action came through Events from Gmail (see https://support.google.com/calendar/answer/6084018).
  • web
    Indicates that a request for an action came through the Calendar Web interface.
calendar_id

string

Calendar Id of the relevant calendar in context of this action (for example the calendar that an event is on, or a calendar being subscribed to).Usually takes the form of the user's email address.

grantee_email

string

Grantee Email.

user_agent

string

The user agent from the request that triggered this action.

Sample request
GET https://admin.googleapis.com/admin/reports/v1/activity/users/all/applications/calendar?eventName=change_calendar_acls&maxResults=10&access_token=YOUR_ACCESS_TOKEN
Admin Console message format
{actor} changed the access level on a calendar for {grantee_email} to {access_level}

Calendar country changed

Event details
Event name change_calendar_country
Parameters
api_kind

string

API Kind. Possible values:

  • android
    Indicates that a request for an action came from an Android device.
  • api_v3
    Indicates that the request for an action came through Calendar API.
  • caldav
    Indicates that the request for an action came through Calendar CalDAV API.
  • ews
    Indicates that the request for an action came through Calendar EWS API (Calendar Interop, see https://support.google.com/a/topic/2798684).
  • gdata
    Indicates that a request for an action came through the Calendar GData API.
  • ical
    Indicates that a request for an action came from an event email with ICS payload.
  • ios
    Indicates that a request for an action came through Google Calendar app for iOS.
  • not_set
    Default value when no information is available about from where this action originated.
  • trip_service
    Indicates that the request for an action came through Events from Gmail (see https://support.google.com/calendar/answer/6084018).
  • web
    Indicates that a request for an action came through the Calendar Web interface.
calendar_country

string

Calendar Country.

calendar_id

string

Calendar Id of the relevant calendar in context of this action (for example the calendar that an event is on, or a calendar being subscribed to).Usually takes the form of the user's email address.

user_agent

string

The user agent from the request that triggered this action.

Sample request
GET https://admin.googleapis.com/admin/reports/v1/activity/users/all/applications/calendar?eventName=change_calendar_country&maxResults=10&access_token=YOUR_ACCESS_TOKEN
Admin Console message format
{actor} changed the country of a calendar to {calendar_country}

Calendar created

Event details
Event name create_calendar
Parameters
api_kind

string

API Kind. Possible values:

  • android
    Indicates that a request for an action came from an Android device.
  • api_v3
    Indicates that the request for an action came through Calendar API.
  • caldav
    Indicates that the request for an action came through Calendar CalDAV API.
  • ews
    Indicates that the request for an action came through Calendar EWS API (Calendar Interop, see https://support.google.com/a/topic/2798684).
  • gdata
    Indicates that a request for an action came through the Calendar GData API.
  • ical
    Indicates that a request for an action came from an event email with ICS payload.
  • ios
    Indicates that a request for an action came through Google Calendar app for iOS.
  • not_set
    Default value when no information is available about from where this action originated.
  • trip_service
    Indicates that the request for an action came through Events from Gmail (see https://support.google.com/calendar/answer/6084018).
  • web
    Indicates that a request for an action came through the Calendar Web interface.
calendar_id

string

Calendar Id of the relevant calendar in context of this action (for example the calendar that an event is on, or a calendar being subscribed to).Usually takes the form of the user's email address.

user_agent

string

The user agent from the request that triggered this action.

Sample request
GET https://admin.googleapis.com/admin/reports/v1/activity/users/all/applications/calendar?eventName=create_calendar&maxResults=10&access_token=YOUR_ACCESS_TOKEN
Admin Console message format
{actor} created a new calendar

Calendar deleted

Event details
Event name delete_calendar
Parameters
api_kind

string

API Kind. Possible values:

  • android
    Indicates that a request for an action came from an Android device.
  • api_v3
    Indicates that the request for an action came through Calendar API.
  • caldav
    Indicates that the request for an action came through Calendar CalDAV API.
  • ews
    Indicates that the request for an action came through Calendar EWS API (Calendar Interop, see https://support.google.com/a/topic/2798684).
  • gdata
    Indicates that a request for an action came through the Calendar GData API.
  • ical
    Indicates that a request for an action came from an event email with ICS payload.
  • ios
    Indicates that a request for an action came through Google Calendar app for iOS.
  • not_set
    Default value when no information is available about from where this action originated.
  • trip_service
    Indicates that the request for an action came through Events from Gmail (see https://support.google.com/calendar/answer/6084018).
  • web
    Indicates that a request for an action came through the Calendar Web interface.
calendar_id

string

Calendar Id of the relevant calendar in context of this action (for example the calendar that an event is on, or a calendar being subscribed to).Usually takes the form of the user's email address.

user_agent

string

The user agent from the request that triggered this action.

Sample request
GET https://admin.googleapis.com/admin/reports/v1/activity/users/all/applications/calendar?eventName=delete_calendar&maxResults=10&access_token=YOUR_ACCESS_TOKEN
Admin Console message format
{actor} deleted a calendar

Calendar description changed

Event details
Event name change_calendar_description
Parameters
api_kind

string

API Kind. Possible values:

  • android
    Indicates that a request for an action came from an Android device.
  • api_v3
    Indicates that the request for an action came through Calendar API.
  • caldav
    Indicates that the request for an action came through Calendar CalDAV API.
  • ews
    Indicates that the request for an action came through Calendar EWS API (Calendar Interop, see https://support.google.com/a/topic/2798684).
  • gdata
    Indicates that a request for an action came through the Calendar GData API.
  • ical
    Indicates that a request for an action came from an event email with ICS payload.
  • ios
    Indicates that a request for an action came through Google Calendar app for iOS.
  • not_set
    Default value when no information is available about from where this action originated.
  • trip_service
    Indicates that the request for an action came through Events from Gmail (see https://support.google.com/calendar/answer/6084018).
  • web
    Indicates that a request for an action came through the Calendar Web interface.
calendar_description

string

Calendar Description.

calendar_id

string

Calendar Id of the relevant calendar in context of this action (for example the calendar that an event is on, or a calendar being subscribed to).Usually takes the form of the user's email address.

user_agent

string

The user agent from the request that triggered this action.

Sample request
GET https://admin.googleapis.com/admin/reports/v1/activity/users/all/applications/calendar?eventName=change_calendar_description&maxResults=10&access_token=YOUR_ACCESS_TOKEN
Admin Console message format
{actor} changed the description of a calendar to {calendar_description}

Calendar location changed

Event details
Event name change_calendar_location
Parameters
api_kind

string

API Kind. Possible values:

  • android
    Indicates that a request for an action came from an Android device.
  • api_v3
    Indicates that the request for an action came through Calendar API.
  • caldav
    Indicates that the request for an action came through Calendar CalDAV API.
  • ews
    Indicates that the request for an action came through Calendar EWS API (Calendar Interop, see https://support.google.com/a/topic/2798684).
  • gdata
    Indicates that a request for an action came through the Calendar GData API.
  • ical
    Indicates that a request for an action came from an event email with ICS payload.
  • ios
    Indicates that a request for an action came through Google Calendar app for iOS.
  • not_set
    Default value when no information is available about from where this action originated.
  • trip_service
    Indicates that the request for an action came through Events from Gmail (see https://support.google.com/calendar/answer/6084018).
  • web
    Indicates that a request for an action came through the Calendar Web interface.
calendar_id

string

Calendar Id of the relevant calendar in context of this action (for example the calendar that an event is on, or a calendar being subscribed to).Usually takes the form of the user's email address.

calendar_location

string

Calendar Location.

user_agent

string

The user agent from the request that triggered this action.

Sample request
GET https://admin.googleapis.com/admin/reports/v1/activity/users/all/applications/calendar?eventName=change_calendar_location&maxResults=10&access_token=YOUR_ACCESS_TOKEN
Admin Console message format
{actor} changed the location of a calendar to {calendar_location}

Calendar timezone changed

Event details
Event name change_calendar_timezone
Parameters
api_kind

string

API Kind. Possible values:

  • android
    Indicates that a request for an action came from an Android device.
  • api_v3
    Indicates that the request for an action came through Calendar API.
  • caldav
    Indicates that the request for an action came through Calendar CalDAV API.
  • ews
    Indicates that the request for an action came through Calendar EWS API (Calendar Interop, see https://support.google.com/a/topic/2798684).
  • gdata
    Indicates that a request for an action came through the Calendar GData API.
  • ical
    Indicates that a request for an action came from an event email with ICS payload.
  • ios
    Indicates that a request for an action came through Google Calendar app for iOS.
  • not_set
    Default value when no information is available about from where this action originated.
  • trip_service
    Indicates that the request for an action came through Events from Gmail (see https://support.google.com/calendar/answer/6084018).
  • web
    Indicates that a request for an action came through the Calendar Web interface.
calendar_id

string

Calendar Id of the relevant calendar in context of this action (for example the calendar that an event is on, or a calendar being subscribed to).Usually takes the form of the user's email address.

calendar_timezone

string

Calendar Timezone.

user_agent

string

The user agent from the request that triggered this action.

Sample request
GET https://admin.googleapis.com/admin/reports/v1/activity/users/all/applications/calendar?eventName=change_calendar_timezone&maxResults=10&access_token=YOUR_ACCESS_TOKEN
Admin Console message format
{actor} changed the timezone of a calendar to {calendar_timezone}

Calendar title changed

Event details
Event name change_calendar_title
Parameters
api_kind

string

API Kind. Possible values:

  • android
    Indicates that a request for an action came from an Android device.
  • api_v3
    Indicates that the request for an action came through Calendar API.
  • caldav
    Indicates that the request for an action came through Calendar CalDAV API.
  • ews
    Indicates that the request for an action came through Calendar EWS API (Calendar Interop, see https://support.google.com/a/topic/2798684).
  • gdata
    Indicates that a request for an action came through the Calendar GData API.
  • ical
    Indicates that a request for an action came from an event email with ICS payload.
  • ios
    Indicates that a request for an action came through Google Calendar app for iOS.
  • not_set
    Default value when no information is available about from where this action originated.
  • trip_service
    Indicates that the request for an action came through Events from Gmail (see https://support.google.com/calendar/answer/6084018).
  • web
    Indicates that a request for an action came through the Calendar Web interface.
calendar_id

string

Calendar Id of the relevant calendar in context of this action (for example the calendar that an event is on, or a calendar being subscribed to).Usually takes the form of the user's email address.

calendar_title

string

Calendar Title.

user_agent

string

The user agent from the request that triggered this action.

Sample request
GET https://admin.googleapis.com/admin/reports/v1/activity/users/all/applications/calendar?eventName=change_calendar_title&maxResults=10&access_token=YOUR_ACCESS_TOKEN
Admin Console message format
{actor} changed the title of a calendar to {calendar_title}

A notification was triggered

Notification related to an event or calendar triggered for a user. Events of this type are returned with type=notification.

Notification triggered

Event details
Event name notification_triggered
Parameters
api_kind

string

API Kind. Possible values:

  • android
    Indicates that a request for an action came from an Android device.
  • api_v3
    Indicates that the request for an action came through Calendar API.
  • caldav
    Indicates that the request for an action came through Calendar CalDAV API.
  • ews
    Indicates that the request for an action came through Calendar EWS API (Calendar Interop, see https://support.google.com/a/topic/2798684).
  • gdata
    Indicates that a request for an action came through the Calendar GData API.
  • ical
    Indicates that a request for an action came from an event email with ICS payload.
  • ios
    Indicates that a request for an action came through Google Calendar app for iOS.
  • not_set
    Default value when no information is available about from where this action originated.
  • trip_service
    Indicates that the request for an action came through Events from Gmail (see https://support.google.com/calendar/answer/6084018).
  • web
    Indicates that a request for an action came through the Calendar Web interface.
calendar_id

string

Calendar Id of the relevant calendar in context of this action (for example the calendar that an event is on, or a calendar being subscribed to).Usually takes the form of the user's email address.

event_id

string

Event Id.

notification_message_id

string

The notification message Id.

notification_method

string

Notification Method. Possible values:

  • alert
    Notification by popup window or alarm.
  • default
    Calendar reminder defaults.
  • email
    Notification by email.
  • sms
    Notification by SMS.
notification_type

string

Notification Type. Possible values:

  • calendar_access_granted
    Notification of a grant to access a calendar.
  • calendar_request
    Notification of a request to access a calendar.
  • cancelled_event
    Notification of an event being cancelled.
  • changed_event
    Notification of a change in an event's details.
  • daily_agenda
    Daily notification of the events for the upcoming day.
  • email_guests
    Notification of an email sent to event guests.
  • event_reminder
    Reminder in advance of event's start time.
  • new_event
    Notification of a new event appearing on the calendar.
  • reply_received
    Notification of a response being received to an event organized on this calendar.
  • transfer_event_request
    Notification of an event ownership change.
recipient_email

string

The notification recipient email address.

Sample request
GET https://admin.googleapis.com/admin/reports/v1/activity/users/all/applications/calendar?eventName=notification_triggered&maxResults=10&access_token=YOUR_ACCESS_TOKEN
Admin Console message format
{actor} triggered an {notification_method} notification of type {notification_type} to {recipient_email}

A subscription was added or removed

Addition or removal of a subscription to a calendar or to a particular event. Events of this type are returned with type=subscription_change.

Subscription added

Event details
Event name add_subscription
Parameters
api_kind

string

API Kind. Possible values:

  • android
    Indicates that a request for an action came from an Android device.
  • api_v3
    Indicates that the request for an action came through Calendar API.
  • caldav
    Indicates that the request for an action came through Calendar CalDAV API.
  • ews
    Indicates that the request for an action came through Calendar EWS API (Calendar Interop, see https://support.google.com/a/topic/2798684).
  • gdata
    Indicates that a request for an action came through the Calendar GData API.
  • ical
    Indicates that a request for an action came from an event email with ICS payload.
  • ios
    Indicates that a request for an action came through Google Calendar app for iOS.
  • not_set
    Default value when no information is available about from where this action originated.
  • trip_service
    Indicates that the request for an action came through Events from Gmail (see https://support.google.com/calendar/answer/6084018).
  • web
    Indicates that a request for an action came through the Calendar Web interface.
calendar_id

string

Calendar Id of the relevant calendar in context of this action (for example the calendar that an event is on, or a calendar being subscribed to).Usually takes the form of the user's email address.

event_id

string

Event Id.

notification_method

string

Notification Method. Possible values:

  • alert
    Notification by popup window or alarm.
  • default
    Calendar reminder defaults.
  • email
    Notification by email.
  • sms
    Notification by SMS.
notification_type

string

Notification Type. Possible values:

  • calendar_access_granted
    Notification of a grant to access a calendar.
  • calendar_request
    Notification of a request to access a calendar.
  • cancelled_event
    Notification of an event being cancelled.
  • changed_event
    Notification of a change in an event's details.
  • daily_agenda
    Daily notification of the events for the upcoming day.
  • email_guests
    Notification of an email sent to event guests.
  • event_reminder
    Reminder in advance of event's start time.
  • new_event
    Notification of a new event appearing on the calendar.
  • reply_received
    Notification of a response being received to an event organized on this calendar.
  • transfer_event_request
    Notification of an event ownership change.
subscriber_calendar_id

string

Calendar Id of Subscriber.

user_agent

string

The user agent from the request that triggered this action.

Sample request
GET https://admin.googleapis.com/admin/reports/v1/activity/users/all/applications/calendar?eventName=add_subscription&maxResults=10&access_token=YOUR_ACCESS_TOKEN
Admin Console message format
{actor} subscribed {subscriber_calendar_id} to {notification_type} notifications via {notification_method} for {calendar_id}

Subscription deleted

Event details
Event name delete_subscription
Parameters
api_kind

string

API Kind. Possible values:

  • android
    Indicates that a request for an action came from an Android device.
  • api_v3
    Indicates that the request for an action came through Calendar API.
  • caldav
    Indicates that the request for an action came through Calendar CalDAV API.
  • ews
    Indicates that the request for an action came through Calendar EWS API (Calendar Interop, see https://support.google.com/a/topic/2798684).
  • gdata
    Indicates that a request for an action came through the Calendar GData API.
  • ical
    Indicates that a request for an action came from an event email with ICS payload.
  • ios
    Indicates that a request for an action came through Google Calendar app for iOS.
  • not_set
    Default value when no information is available about from where this action originated.
  • trip_service
    Indicates that the request for an action came through Events from Gmail (see https://support.google.com/calendar/answer/6084018).
  • web
    Indicates that a request for an action came through the Calendar Web interface.
calendar_id

string

Calendar Id of the relevant calendar in context of this action (for example the calendar that an event is on, or a calendar being subscribed to).Usually takes the form of the user's email address.

event_id

string

Event Id.

notification_method

string

Notification Method. Possible values:

  • alert
    Notification by popup window or alarm.
  • default
    Calendar reminder defaults.
  • email
    Notification by email.
  • sms
    Notification by SMS.
notification_type

string

Notification Type. Possible values:

  • calendar_access_granted
    Notification of a grant to access a calendar.
  • calendar_request
    Notification of a request to access a calendar.
  • cancelled_event
    Notification of an event being cancelled.
  • changed_event
    Notification of a change in an event's details.
  • daily_agenda
    Daily notification of the events for the upcoming day.
  • email_guests
    Notification of an email sent to event guests.
  • event_reminder
    Reminder in advance of event's start time.
  • new_event
    Notification of a new event appearing on the calendar.
  • reply_received
    Notification of a response being received to an event organized on this calendar.
  • transfer_event_request
    Notification of an event ownership change.
subscriber_calendar_id

string

Calendar Id of Subscriber.

user_agent

string

The user agent from the request that triggered this action.

Sample request
GET https://admin.googleapis.com/admin/reports/v1/activity/users/all/applications/calendar?eventName=delete_subscription&maxResults=10&access_token=YOUR_ACCESS_TOKEN
Admin Console message format
{actor} unsubscribed {subscriber_calendar_id} from {notification_type} notifications via {notification_method} for {calendar_id}

An event was modified

Creation, deletion, or modification of an event on a calendar. Events of this type are returned with type=event_change.

Event created

Event details
Event name create_event
Parameters
api_kind

string

API Kind. Possible values:

  • android
    Indicates that a request for an action came from an Android device.
  • api_v3
    Indicates that the request for an action came through Calendar API.
  • caldav
    Indicates that the request for an action came through Calendar CalDAV API.
  • ews
    Indicates that the request for an action came through Calendar EWS API (Calendar Interop, see https://support.google.com/a/topic/2798684).
  • gdata
    Indicates that a request for an action came through the Calendar GData API.
  • ical
    Indicates that a request for an action came from an event email with ICS payload.
  • ios
    Indicates that a request for an action came through Google Calendar app for iOS.
  • not_set
    Default value when no information is available about from where this action originated.
  • trip_service
    Indicates that the request for an action came through Events from Gmail (see https://support.google.com/calendar/answer/6084018).
  • web
    Indicates that a request for an action came through the Calendar Web interface.
calendar_id

string

Calendar Id of the relevant calendar in context of this action (for example the calendar that an event is on, or a calendar being subscribed to).Usually takes the form of the user's email address.

end_time

integer

Starting time of the event in seconds. Calendar Events are kept in Gregorian time, so subtract 62135683200 from this value to convert to a Unix epoch timestamp.

event_id

string

Event Id.

event_title

string

Event Title.

notification_message_id

string

The notification message Id.

organizer_calendar_id

string

Calendar Id of this Event's organizer.

recipient_email

string

The notification recipient email address.

start_time

integer

Starting time of the event in seconds. Calendar Events are stored in Gregorian time, so subtract 62135683200 from this value to convert to a Unix epoch timestamp.

user_agent

string

The user agent from the request that triggered this action.

Sample request
GET https://admin.googleapis.com/admin/reports/v1/activity/users/all/applications/calendar?eventName=create_event&maxResults=10&access_token=YOUR_ACCESS_TOKEN
Admin Console message format
{actor} created a new event {event_title}

Event deleted

Event details
Event name delete_event
Parameters
api_kind

string

API Kind. Possible values:

  • android
    Indicates that a request for an action came from an Android device.
  • api_v3
    Indicates that the request for an action came through Calendar API.
  • caldav
    Indicates that the request for an action came through Calendar CalDAV API.
  • ews
    Indicates that the request for an action came through Calendar EWS API (Calendar Interop, see https://support.google.com/a/topic/2798684).
  • gdata
    Indicates that a request for an action came through the Calendar GData API.
  • ical
    Indicates that a request for an action came from an event email with ICS payload.
  • ios
    Indicates that a request for an action came through Google Calendar app for iOS.
  • not_set
    Default value when no information is available about from where this action originated.
  • trip_service
    Indicates that the request for an action came through Events from Gmail (see https://support.google.com/calendar/answer/6084018).
  • web
    Indicates that a request for an action came through the Calendar Web interface.
calendar_id

string

Calendar Id of the relevant calendar in context of this action (for example the calendar that an event is on, or a calendar being subscribed to).Usually takes the form of the user's email address.

event_id

string

Event Id.

event_title

string

Event Title.

notification_message_id

string

The notification message Id.

organizer_calendar_id

string

Calendar Id of this Event's organizer.

recipient_email

string

The notification recipient email address.

user_agent

string

The user agent from the request that triggered this action.

Sample request
GET https://admin.googleapis.com/admin/reports/v1/activity/users/all/applications/calendar?eventName=delete_event&maxResults=10&access_token=YOUR_ACCESS_TOKEN
Admin Console message format
{actor} deleted the event {event_title}

Event guest added

Event details
Event name add_event_guest
Parameters
api_kind

string

API Kind. Possible values:

  • android
    Indicates that a request for an action came from an Android device.
  • api_v3
    Indicates that the request for an action came through Calendar API.
  • caldav
    Indicates that the request for an action came through Calendar CalDAV API.
  • ews
    Indicates that the request for an action came through Calendar EWS API (Calendar Interop, see https://support.google.com/a/topic/2798684).
  • gdata
    Indicates that a request for an action came through the Calendar GData API.
  • ical
    Indicates that a request for an action came from an event email with ICS payload.
  • ios
    Indicates that a request for an action came through Google Calendar app for iOS.
  • not_set
    Default value when no information is available about from where this action originated.
  • trip_service
    Indicates that the request for an action came through Events from Gmail (see https://support.google.com/calendar/answer/6084018).
  • web
    Indicates that a request for an action came through the Calendar Web interface.
calendar_id

string

Calendar Id of the relevant calendar in context of this action (for example the calendar that an event is on, or a calendar being subscribed to).Usually takes the form of the user's email address.

event_guest

string

Event Guest Email.

event_id

string

Event Id.

event_title

string

Event Title.

notification_message_id

string

The notification message Id.

organizer_calendar_id

string

Calendar Id of this Event's organizer.

recipient_email

string

The notification recipient email address.

user_agent

string

The user agent from the request that triggered this action.

Sample request
GET https://admin.googleapis.com/admin/reports/v1/activity/users/all/applications/calendar?eventName=add_event_guest&maxResults=10&access_token=YOUR_ACCESS_TOKEN
Admin Console message format
{actor} invited {event_guest} to {event_title}

Event guest auto-response

Event details
Event name change_event_guest_response_auto
Parameters
api_kind

string

API Kind. Possible values:

  • android
    Indicates that a request for an action came from an Android device.
  • api_v3
    Indicates that the request for an action came through Calendar API.
  • caldav
    Indicates that the request for an action came through Calendar CalDAV API.
  • ews
    Indicates that the request for an action came through Calendar EWS API (Calendar Interop, see https://support.google.com/a/topic/2798684).
  • gdata
    Indicates that a request for an action came through the Calendar GData API.
  • ical
    Indicates that a request for an action came from an event email with ICS payload.
  • ios
    Indicates that a request for an action came through Google Calendar app for iOS.
  • not_set
    Default value when no information is available about from where this action originated.
  • trip_service
    Indicates that the request for an action came through Events from Gmail (see https://support.google.com/calendar/answer/6084018).
  • web
    Indicates that a request for an action came through the Calendar Web interface.
calendar_id

string

Calendar Id of the relevant calendar in context of this action (for example the calendar that an event is on, or a calendar being subscribed to).Usually takes the form of the user's email address.

event_guest

string

Event Guest Email.

event_id

string

Event Id.

event_response_status

string

Event Guest Response Status. Possible values:

  • accepted
    Guest plans to attend.
  • accepted_from_meeting_room
    Guest plans to attend from meeting room.
  • accepted_virtually
    Guest plans to attend virtually.
  • declined
    Guest does not plan to attend.
  • deleted
    Guest removed themselves from the event.
  • needs_action
    Guest has not responded.
  • organizer
    Guest is the event organizer.
  • spam
    Guest tagged event as spam.
  • tentative
    Guest expects to possibly attend.
  • uninvited
    Guest is no longer invited.
event_title

string

Event Title.

organizer_calendar_id

string

Calendar Id of this Event's organizer.

user_agent

string

The user agent from the request that triggered this action.

Sample request
GET https://admin.googleapis.com/admin/reports/v1/activity/users/all/applications/calendar?eventName=change_event_guest_response_auto&maxResults=10&access_token=YOUR_ACCESS_TOKEN
Admin Console message format
{event_guest} auto-responded to the event {event_title} as {event_response_status}

Event guest removed

Event details
Event name remove_event_guest
Parameters
api_kind

string

API Kind. Possible values:

  • android
    Indicates that a request for an action came from an Android device.
  • api_v3
    Indicates that the request for an action came through Calendar API.
  • caldav
    Indicates that the request for an action came through Calendar CalDAV API.
  • ews
    Indicates that the request for an action came through Calendar EWS API (Calendar Interop, see https://support.google.com/a/topic/2798684).
  • gdata
    Indicates that a request for an action came through the Calendar GData API.
  • ical
    Indicates that a request for an action came from an event email with ICS payload.
  • ios
    Indicates that a request for an action came through Google Calendar app for iOS.
  • not_set
    Default value when no information is available about from where this action originated.
  • trip_service
    Indicates that the request for an action came through Events from Gmail (see https://support.google.com/calendar/answer/6084018).
  • web
    Indicates that a request for an action came through the Calendar Web interface.
calendar_id

string

Calendar Id of the relevant calendar in context of this action (for example the calendar that an event is on, or a calendar being subscribed to).Usually takes the form of the user's email address.

event_guest

string

Event Guest Email.

event_id

string

Event Id.

event_title

string

Event Title.

notification_message_id

string

The notification message Id.

organizer_calendar_id

string

Calendar Id of this Event's organizer.

recipient_email

string

The notification recipient email address.

user_agent

string

The user agent from the request that triggered this action.

Sample request
GET https://admin.googleapis.com/admin/reports/v1/activity/users/all/applications/calendar?eventName=remove_event_guest&maxResults=10&access_token=YOUR_ACCESS_TOKEN
Admin Console message format
{actor} uninvited {event_guest} from {event_title}

Event guest response changed

Event details
Event name change_event_guest_response
Parameters
api_kind

string

API Kind. Possible values:

  • android
    Indicates that a request for an action came from an Android device.
  • api_v3
    Indicates that the request for an action came through Calendar API.
  • caldav
    Indicates that the request for an action came through Calendar CalDAV API.
  • ews
    Indicates that the request for an action came through Calendar EWS API (Calendar Interop, see https://support.google.com/a/topic/2798684).
  • gdata
    Indicates that a request for an action came through the Calendar GData API.
  • ical
    Indicates that a request for an action came from an event email with ICS payload.
  • ios
    Indicates that a request for an action came through Google Calendar app for iOS.
  • not_set
    Default value when no information is available about from where this action originated.
  • trip_service
    Indicates that the request for an action came through Events from Gmail (see https://support.google.com/calendar/answer/6084018).
  • web
    Indicates that a request for an action came through the Calendar Web interface.
calendar_id

string

Calendar Id of the relevant calendar in context of this action (for example the calendar that an event is on, or a calendar being subscribed to).Usually takes the form of the user's email address.

event_guest

string

Event Guest Email.

event_id

string

Event Id.

event_response_status

string

Event Guest Response Status. Possible values:

  • accepted
    Guest plans to attend.
  • accepted_from_meeting_room
    Guest plans to attend from meeting room.
  • accepted_virtually
    Guest plans to attend virtually.
  • declined
    Guest does not plan to attend.
  • deleted
    Guest removed themselves from the event.
  • needs_action
    Guest has not responded.
  • organizer
    Guest is the event organizer.
  • spam
    Guest tagged event as spam.
  • tentative
    Guest expects to possibly attend.
  • uninvited
    Guest is no longer invited.
event_title

string

Event Title.

notification_message_id

string

The notification message Id.

organizer_calendar_id

string

Calendar Id of this Event's organizer.

recipient_email

string

The notification recipient email address.

user_agent

string

The user agent from the request that triggered this action.

Sample request
GET https://admin.googleapis.com/admin/reports/v1/activity/users/all/applications/calendar?eventName=change_event_guest_response&maxResults=10&access_token=YOUR_ACCESS_TOKEN
Admin Console message format
{actor} changed the response of guest {event_guest} for the event {event_title} to {event_response_status}

Event modified

Event details
Event name change_event
Parameters
api_kind

string

API Kind. Possible values:

  • android
    Indicates that a request for an action came from an Android device.
  • api_v3
    Indicates that the request for an action came through Calendar API.
  • caldav
    Indicates that the request for an action came through Calendar CalDAV API.
  • ews
    Indicates that the request for an action came through Calendar EWS API (Calendar Interop, see https://support.google.com/a/topic/2798684).
  • gdata
    Indicates that a request for an action came through the Calendar GData API.
  • ical
    Indicates that a request for an action came from an event email with ICS payload.
  • ios
    Indicates that a request for an action came through Google Calendar app for iOS.
  • not_set
    Default value when no information is available about from where this action originated.
  • trip_service
    Indicates that the request for an action came through Events from Gmail (see https://support.google.com/calendar/answer/6084018).
  • web
    Indicates that a request for an action came through the Calendar Web interface.
calendar_id

string

Calendar Id of the relevant calendar in context of this action (for example the calendar that an event is on, or a calendar being subscribed to).Usually takes the form of the user's email address.

event_id

string

Event Id.

event_title

string

Event Title.

notification_message_id

string

The notification message Id.

organizer_calendar_id

string

Calendar Id of this Event's organizer.

recipient_email

string

The notification recipient email address.

user_agent

string

The user agent from the request that triggered this action.

Sample request
GET https://admin.googleapis.com/admin/reports/v1/activity/users/all/applications/calendar?eventName=change_event&maxResults=10&access_token=YOUR_ACCESS_TOKEN
Admin Console message format
{actor} modified {event_title}

Event removed from trash

Event details
Event name remove_event_from_trash
Parameters
api_kind

string

API Kind. Possible values:

  • android
    Indicates that a request for an action came from an Android device.
  • api_v3
    Indicates that the request for an action came through Calendar API.
  • caldav
    Indicates that the request for an action came through Calendar CalDAV API.
  • ews
    Indicates that the request for an action came through Calendar EWS API (Calendar Interop, see https://support.google.com/a/topic/2798684).
  • gdata
    Indicates that a request for an action came through the Calendar GData API.
  • ical
    Indicates that a request for an action came from an event email with ICS payload.
  • ios
    Indicates that a request for an action came through Google Calendar app for iOS.
  • not_set
    Default value when no information is available about from where this action originated.
  • trip_service
    Indicates that the request for an action came through Events from Gmail (see https://support.google.com/calendar/answer/6084018).
  • web
    Indicates that a request for an action came through the Calendar Web interface.
calendar_id

string

Calendar Id of the relevant calendar in context of this action (for example the calendar that an event is on, or a calendar being subscribed to).Usually takes the form of the user's email address.

event_id

string

Event Id.

event_title

string

Event Title.

organizer_calendar_id

string

Calendar Id of this Event's organizer.

user_agent

string

The user agent from the request that triggered this action.

Sample request
GET https://admin.googleapis.com/admin/reports/v1/activity/users/all/applications/calendar?eventName=remove_event_from_trash&maxResults=10&access_token=YOUR_ACCESS_TOKEN
Admin Console message format
{actor} removed the event {event_title} from trash

Event restored

Event details
Event name restore_event
Parameters
api_kind

string

API Kind. Possible values:

  • android
    Indicates that a request for an action came from an Android device.
  • api_v3
    Indicates that the request for an action came through Calendar API.
  • caldav
    Indicates that the request for an action came through Calendar CalDAV API.
  • ews
    Indicates that the request for an action came through Calendar EWS API (Calendar Interop, see https://support.google.com/a/topic/2798684).
  • gdata
    Indicates that a request for an action came through the Calendar GData API.
  • ical
    Indicates that a request for an action came from an event email with ICS payload.
  • ios
    Indicates that a request for an action came through Google Calendar app for iOS.
  • not_set
    Default value when no information is available about from where this action originated.
  • trip_service
    Indicates that the request for an action came through Events from Gmail (see https://support.google.com/calendar/answer/6084018).
  • web
    Indicates that a request for an action came through the Calendar Web interface.
calendar_id

string

Calendar Id of the relevant calendar in context of this action (for example the calendar that an event is on, or a calendar being subscribed to).Usually takes the form of the user's email address.

event_id

string

Event Id.

event_title

string

Event Title.

notification_message_id

string

The notification message Id.

organizer_calendar_id

string

Calendar Id of this Event's organizer.

recipient_email

string

The notification recipient email address.

user_agent

string

The user agent from the request that triggered this action.

Sample request
GET https://admin.googleapis.com/admin/reports/v1/activity/users/all/applications/calendar?eventName=restore_event&maxResults=10&access_token=YOUR_ACCESS_TOKEN
Admin Console message format
{actor} restored the event {event_title}

Event start time changed

Event details
Event name change_event_start_time
Parameters
api_kind

string

API Kind. Possible values:

  • android
    Indicates that a request for an action came from an Android device.
  • api_v3
    Indicates that the request for an action came through Calendar API.
  • caldav
    Indicates that the request for an action came through Calendar CalDAV API.
  • ews
    Indicates that the request for an action came through Calendar EWS API (Calendar Interop, see https://support.google.com/a/topic/2798684).
  • gdata
    Indicates that a request for an action came through the Calendar GData API.
  • ical
    Indicates that a request for an action came from an event email with ICS payload.
  • ios
    Indicates that a request for an action came through Google Calendar app for iOS.
  • not_set
    Default value when no information is available about from where this action originated.
  • trip_service
    Indicates that the request for an action came through Events from Gmail (see https://support.google.com/calendar/answer/6084018).
  • web
    Indicates that a request for an action came through the Calendar Web interface.
calendar_id

string

Calendar Id of the relevant calendar in context of this action (for example the calendar that an event is on, or a calendar being subscribed to).Usually takes the form of the user's email address.

event_id

string

Event Id.

event_title

string

Event Title.

notification_message_id

string

The notification message Id.

organizer_calendar_id

string

Calendar Id of this Event's organizer.

recipient_email

string

The notification recipient email address.

start_time

integer

Starting time of the event in seconds. Calendar Events are stored in Gregorian time, so subtract 62135683200 from this value to convert to a Unix epoch timestamp.

user_agent

string

The user agent from the request that triggered this action.

Sample request
GET https://admin.googleapis.com/admin/reports/v1/activity/users/all/applications/calendar?eventName=change_event_start_time&maxResults=10&access_token=YOUR_ACCESS_TOKEN
Admin Console message format
{actor} changed the start time of {event_title}

Event title modified

Event details
Event name change_event_title
Parameters
api_kind

string

API Kind. Possible values:

  • android
    Indicates that a request for an action came from an Android device.
  • api_v3
    Indicates that the request for an action came through Calendar API.
  • caldav
    Indicates that the request for an action came through Calendar CalDAV API.
  • ews
    Indicates that the request for an action came through Calendar EWS API (Calendar Interop, see https://support.google.com/a/topic/2798684).
  • gdata
    Indicates that a request for an action came through the Calendar GData API.
  • ical
    Indicates that a request for an action came from an event email with ICS payload.
  • ios
    Indicates that a request for an action came through Google Calendar app for iOS.
  • not_set
    Default value when no information is available about from where this action originated.
  • trip_service
    Indicates that the request for an action came through Events from Gmail (see https://support.google.com/calendar/answer/6084018).
  • web
    Indicates that a request for an action came through the Calendar Web interface.
calendar_id

string

Calendar Id of the relevant calendar in context of this action (for example the calendar that an event is on, or a calendar being subscribed to).Usually takes the form of the user's email address.

event_id

string

Event Id.

event_title

string

Event Title.

notification_message_id

string

The notification message Id.

old_event_title

string

If the title of a calendar event has been changed, this is the previous title of the event.

organizer_calendar_id

string

Calendar Id of this Event's organizer.

recipient_email

string

The notification recipient email address.

user_agent

string

The user agent from the request that triggered this action.

Sample request
GET https://admin.googleapis.com/admin/reports/v1/activity/users/all/applications/calendar?eventName=change_event_title&maxResults=10&access_token=YOUR_ACCESS_TOKEN
Admin Console message format
{actor} changed the title of {old_event_title} to {event_title}

Interoperation between Google Calendar and MS Exchange

An event related to interoperation between Google Calendar and MS Exchange. Events of this type are returned with type=interop.

Successful availability lookup of a calendar on Exchange from Google

Successful availability information lookup of a calendar on Exchange from Google.

Event details
Event name interop_freebusy_lookup_outbound_successful
Parameters
api_kind

string

API Kind. Possible values:

  • android
    Indicates that a request for an action came from an Android device.
  • api_v3
    Indicates that the request for an action came through Calendar API.
  • caldav
    Indicates that the request for an action came through Calendar CalDAV API.
  • ews
    Indicates that the request for an action came through Calendar EWS API (Calendar Interop, see https://support.google.com/a/topic/2798684).
  • gdata
    Indicates that a request for an action came through the Calendar GData API.
  • ical
    Indicates that a request for an action came from an event email with ICS payload.
  • ios
    Indicates that a request for an action came through Google Calendar app for iOS.
  • not_set
    Default value when no information is available about from where this action originated.
  • trip_service
    Indicates that the request for an action came through Events from Gmail (see https://support.google.com/calendar/answer/6084018).
  • web
    Indicates that a request for an action came through the Calendar Web interface.
calendar_id

string

Calendar Id of the relevant calendar in context of this action (for example the calendar that an event is on, or a calendar being subscribed to).Usually takes the form of the user's email address.

remote_ews_url

string

URL of the remote Exchange server that Google Calendar EWS server has contacted.

requested_period_end

integer

End of the time window for which the availability was requested.

requested_period_start

integer

Start of the time window for which the availability was requested.

Sample request
GET https://admin.googleapis.com/admin/reports/v1/activity/users/all/applications/calendar?eventName=interop_freebusy_lookup_outbound_successful&maxResults=10&access_token=YOUR_ACCESS_TOKEN
Admin Console message format
{actor} successfully fetched availability of Exchange calendar {calendar_id}

Successful availability lookup of a calendar on Google from Exchange

Successful availability information lookup of a calendar on Google from Exchange.

Event details
Event name interop_freebusy_lookup_inbound_successful
Parameters
api_kind

string

API Kind. Possible values:

  • android
    Indicates that a request for an action came from an Android device.
  • api_v3
    Indicates that the request for an action came through Calendar API.
  • caldav
    Indicates that the request for an action came through Calendar CalDAV API.
  • ews
    Indicates that the request for an action came through Calendar EWS API (Calendar Interop, see https://support.google.com/a/topic/2798684).
  • gdata
    Indicates that a request for an action came through the Calendar GData API.
  • ical
    Indicates that a request for an action came from an event email with ICS payload.
  • ios
    Indicates that a request for an action came through Google Calendar app for iOS.
  • not_set
    Default value when no information is available about from where this action originated.
  • trip_service
    Indicates that the request for an action came through Events from Gmail (see https://support.google.com/calendar/answer/6084018).
  • web
    Indicates that a request for an action came through the Calendar Web interface.
calendar_id

string

Calendar Id of the relevant calendar in context of this action (for example the calendar that an event is on, or a calendar being subscribed to).Usually takes the form of the user's email address.

requested_period_end

integer

End of the time window for which the availability was requested.

requested_period_start

integer

Start of the time window for which the availability was requested.

Sample request
GET https://admin.googleapis.com/admin/reports/v1/activity/users/all/applications/calendar?eventName=interop_freebusy_lookup_inbound_successful&maxResults=10&access_token=YOUR_ACCESS_TOKEN
Admin Console message format
Exchange Server at {IP_ADDRESS_IDENTIFIER} acting as {actor} successfully fetched availability for Google calendar {calendar_id}

Successful availability lookup of Exchange resource from Google

Event details
Event name interop_exchange_resource_availability_lookup_successful
Parameters
api_kind

string

API Kind. Possible values:

  • android
    Indicates that a request for an action came from an Android device.
  • api_v3
    Indicates that the request for an action came through Calendar API.
  • caldav
    Indicates that the request for an action came through Calendar CalDAV API.
  • ews
    Indicates that the request for an action came through Calendar EWS API (Calendar Interop, see https://support.google.com/a/topic/2798684).
  • gdata
    Indicates that a request for an action came through the Calendar GData API.
  • ical
    Indicates that a request for an action came from an event email with ICS payload.
  • ios
    Indicates that a request for an action came through Google Calendar app for iOS.
  • not_set
    Default value when no information is available about from where this action originated.
  • trip_service
    Indicates that the request for an action came through Events from Gmail (see https://support.google.com/calendar/answer/6084018).
  • web
    Indicates that a request for an action came through the Calendar Web interface.
calendar_id

string

Calendar Id of the relevant calendar in context of this action (for example the calendar that an event is on, or a calendar being subscribed to).Usually takes the form of the user's email address.

remote_ews_url

string

URL of the remote Exchange server that Google Calendar EWS server has contacted.

requested_period_end

integer

End of the time window for which the availability was requested.

requested_period_start

integer

Start of the time window for which the availability was requested.

Sample request
GET https://admin.googleapis.com/admin/reports/v1/activity/users/all/applications/calendar?eventName=interop_exchange_resource_availability_lookup_successful&maxResults=10&access_token=YOUR_ACCESS_TOKEN
Admin Console message format
{actor} successfully attempted to fetch availability of {calendar_id}

Successful Exchange resource list lookup

Event details
Event name interop_exchange_resource_list_lookup_successful
Parameters
api_kind

string

API Kind. Possible values:

  • android
    Indicates that a request for an action came from an Android device.
  • api_v3
    Indicates that the request for an action came through Calendar API.
  • caldav
    Indicates that the request for an action came through Calendar CalDAV API.
  • ews
    Indicates that the request for an action came through Calendar EWS API (Calendar Interop, see https://support.google.com/a/topic/2798684).
  • gdata
    Indicates that a request for an action came through the Calendar GData API.
  • ical
    Indicates that a request for an action came from an event email with ICS payload.
  • ios
    Indicates that a request for an action came through Google Calendar app for iOS.
  • not_set
    Default value when no information is available about from where this action originated.
  • trip_service
    Indicates that the request for an action came through Events from Gmail (see https://support.google.com/calendar/answer/6084018).
  • web
    Indicates that a request for an action came through the Calendar Web interface.
interop_error_code

string

A short human-readable error code / error description in English.

remote_ews_url

string

URL of the remote Exchange server that Google Calendar EWS server has contacted.

Sample request
GET https://admin.googleapis.com/admin/reports/v1/activity/users/all/applications/calendar?eventName=interop_exchange_resource_list_lookup_successful&maxResults=10&access_token=YOUR_ACCESS_TOKEN
Admin Console message format
{actor} successfully fetched Exchange resource list from {remote_ews_url}

Unsuccessful availability lookup of a calendar on Exchange from Google

Unsuccessful availability information lookup of a calendar on Exchange from Google.

Event details
Event name interop_freebusy_lookup_outbound_unsuccessful
Parameters
api_kind

string

API Kind. Possible values:

  • android
    Indicates that a request for an action came from an Android device.
  • api_v3
    Indicates that the request for an action came through Calendar API.
  • caldav
    Indicates that the request for an action came through Calendar CalDAV API.
  • ews
    Indicates that the request for an action came through Calendar EWS API (Calendar Interop, see https://support.google.com/a/topic/2798684).
  • gdata
    Indicates that a request for an action came through the Calendar GData API.
  • ical
    Indicates that a request for an action came from an event email with ICS payload.
  • ios
    Indicates that a request for an action came through Google Calendar app for iOS.
  • not_set
    Default value when no information is available about from where this action originated.
  • trip_service
    Indicates that the request for an action came through Events from Gmail (see https://support.google.com/calendar/answer/6084018).
  • web
    Indicates that a request for an action came through the Calendar Web interface.
calendar_id

string

Calendar Id of the relevant calendar in context of this action (for example the calendar that an event is on, or a calendar being subscribed to).Usually takes the form of the user's email address.

interop_error_code

string

A short human-readable error code / error description in English.

remote_ews_url

string

URL of the remote Exchange server that Google Calendar EWS server has contacted.

requested_period_end

integer

End of the time window for which the availability was requested.

requested_period_start

integer

Start of the time window for which the availability was requested.

Sample request
GET https://admin.googleapis.com/admin/reports/v1/activity/users/all/applications/calendar?eventName=interop_freebusy_lookup_outbound_unsuccessful&maxResults=10&access_token=YOUR_ACCESS_TOKEN
Admin Console message format
{actor} unsuccessfully attempted to fetch availability of Exchange calendar {calendar_id}

Unsuccessful availability lookup of a calendar on Google from Exchange

Unsuccessful availability information lookup of a calendar on Google from Exchange.

Event details
Event name interop_freebusy_lookup_inbound_unsuccessful
Parameters
api_kind

string

API Kind. Possible values:

  • android
    Indicates that a request for an action came from an Android device.
  • api_v3
    Indicates that the request for an action came through Calendar API.
  • caldav
    Indicates that the request for an action came through Calendar CalDAV API.
  • ews
    Indicates that the request for an action came through Calendar EWS API (Calendar Interop, see https://support.google.com/a/topic/2798684).
  • gdata
    Indicates that a request for an action came through the Calendar GData API.
  • ical
    Indicates that a request for an action came from an event email with ICS payload.
  • ios
    Indicates that a request for an action came through Google Calendar app for iOS.
  • not_set
    Default value when no information is available about from where this action originated.
  • trip_service
    Indicates that the request for an action came through Events from Gmail (see https://support.google.com/calendar/answer/6084018).
  • web
    Indicates that a request for an action came through the Calendar Web interface.
calendar_id

string

Calendar Id of the relevant calendar in context of this action (for example the calendar that an event is on, or a calendar being subscribed to).Usually takes the form of the user's email address.

interop_error_code

string

A short human-readable error code / error description in English.

requested_period_end

integer

End of the time window for which the availability was requested.

requested_period_start

integer

Start of the time window for which the availability was requested.

Sample request
GET https://admin.googleapis.com/admin/reports/v1/activity/users/all/applications/calendar?eventName=interop_freebusy_lookup_inbound_unsuccessful&maxResults=10&access_token=YOUR_ACCESS_TOKEN
Admin Console message format
Exchange Server at {IP_ADDRESS_IDENTIFIER} acting as {actor} unsuccessfully attempted to fetch availability for Google calendar {calendar_id}

Unsuccessful availability lookup of Exchange resource from Google

Event details
Event name interop_exchange_resource_availability_lookup_unsuccessful
Parameters
api_kind

string

API Kind. Possible values:

  • android
    Indicates that a request for an action came from an Android device.
  • api_v3
    Indicates that the request for an action came through Calendar API.
  • caldav
    Indicates that the request for an action came through Calendar CalDAV API.
  • ews
    Indicates that the request for an action came through Calendar EWS API (Calendar Interop, see https://support.google.com/a/topic/2798684).
  • gdata
    Indicates that a request for an action came through the Calendar GData API.
  • ical
    Indicates that a request for an action came from an event email with ICS payload.
  • ios
    Indicates that a request for an action came through Google Calendar app for iOS.
  • not_set
    Default value when no information is available about from where this action originated.
  • trip_service
    Indicates that the request for an action came through Events from Gmail (see https://support.google.com/calendar/answer/6084018).
  • web
    Indicates that a request for an action came through the Calendar Web interface.
calendar_id

string

Calendar Id of the relevant calendar in context of this action (for example the calendar that an event is on, or a calendar being subscribed to).Usually takes the form of the user's email address.

interop_error_code

string

A short human-readable error code / error description in English.

remote_ews_url

string

URL of the remote Exchange server that Google Calendar EWS server has contacted.

requested_period_end

integer

End of the time window for which the availability was requested.

requested_period_start

integer

Start of the time window for which the availability was requested.

Sample request
GET https://admin.googleapis.com/admin/reports/v1/activity/users/all/applications/calendar?eventName=interop_exchange_resource_availability_lookup_unsuccessful&maxResults=10&access_token=YOUR_ACCESS_TOKEN
Admin Console message format
{actor} unsuccessfully attempted to fetch availability of {calendar_id}

Unsuccessful Exchange resource list lookup

Event details
Event name interop_exchange_resource_list_lookup_unsuccessful
Parameters
api_kind

string

API Kind. Possible values:

  • android
    Indicates that a request for an action came from an Android device.
  • api_v3
    Indicates that the request for an action came through Calendar API.
  • caldav
    Indicates that the request for an action came through Calendar CalDAV API.
  • ews
    Indicates that the request for an action came through Calendar EWS API (Calendar Interop, see https://support.google.com/a/topic/2798684).
  • gdata
    Indicates that a request for an action came through the Calendar GData API.
  • ical
    Indicates that a request for an action came from an event email with ICS payload.
  • ios
    Indicates that a request for an action came through Google Calendar app for iOS.
  • not_set
    Default value when no information is available about from where this action originated.
  • trip_service
    Indicates that the request for an action came through Events from Gmail (see https://support.google.com/calendar/answer/6084018).
  • web
    Indicates that a request for an action came through the Calendar Web interface.
interop_error_code

string

A short human-readable error code / error description in English.

remote_ews_url

string

URL of the remote Exchange server that Google Calendar EWS server has contacted.

Sample request
GET https://admin.googleapis.com/admin/reports/v1/activity/users/all/applications/calendar?eventName=interop_exchange_resource_list_lookup_unsuccessful&maxResults=10&access_token=YOUR_ACCESS_TOKEN
Admin Console message format
{actor} unsuccessfully fetched Exchange resource list from {remote_ews_url}