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Acl: insert

Requires authorization

Creates an access control rule. Try it now or see an example.

Request

HTTP request

POST https://www.googleapis.com/calendar/v3/calendars/calendarId/acl

Parameters

Parameter name Value Description
Path parameters
calendarId string Calendar identifier.

Authorization

This request requires authorization with the following scope (read more about authentication and authorization).

Scope
https://www.googleapis.com/auth/calendar

Request body

In the request body, supply an Acl resource with the following properties:

Property name Value Description Notes
Required Properties
role string The role assigned to the scope. Possible values are:
  • "none" - Provides no access.
  • "freeBusyReader" - Provides read access to free/busy information.
  • "reader" - Provides read access to the calendar. Private events will appear to users with reader access, but event details will be hidden.
  • "writer" - Provides read and write access to the calendar. Private events will appear to users with writer access, and event details will be visible.
  • "owner" - Provides ownership of the calendar. This role has all of the permissions of the writer role with the additional ability to see and manipulate ACLs.
writable
scope object The scope of the rule.
scope.type string The type of the scope. Possible values are:
  • "default" - The public scope. This is the default value.
  • "user" - Limits the scope to a single user.
  • "group" - Limits the scope to a group.
  • "domain" - Limits the scope to a domain.
Note: The permissions granted to the "default", or public, scope apply to any user, authenticated or not.
Optional Properties
scope.value string The email address of a user or group, or the name of a domain, depending on the scope type. Omitted for type "default". writable

Response

If successful, this method returns an Acl resource in the response body.

Examples

Note: The code examples available for this method do not represent all supported programming languages (see the client libraries page for a list of supported languages).

Java

Uses the Java client library.

import com.google.api.services.calendar.Calendar;
import com.google.api.services.calendar.model.AclRule;

// ...

// Initialize Calendar service with valid OAuth credentials
Calendar service = new Calendar.Builder(httpTransport, jsonFactory, credentials)
    .setApplicationName("applicationName").build();

// Create access rule with associated scope
AclRule rule = new AclRule();
Scope scope = new Scope();
scope.setType("scopeType").setValue("scopeValue");
rule.setScope(scope).setRole("role");

// Insert new access rule
AclRule createdRule = service.acl().insert('primary', rule).execute();
System.out.println(createdRule.getId());

Python

Uses the Python client library.

rule = {
    'scope': {
        'type': 'scopeType',
        'value': 'scopeEmail',
    },
    'role': 'role'
}

created_rule = service.acl().insert(calendarId='primary', body=rule).execute()

print created_rule['id']

PHP

Uses the PHP client library.

$rule = new Google_Service_Calendar_AclRule();
$scope = new Google_Service_Calendar_AclRuleScope();

$scope->setType("scopeType");
$scope->setValue("scopeValue");
$rule->setScope($scope);
$rule->setRole("role");

$createdRule = $service->acl->insert('primary', $rule);
echo $createdRule->getId();

Ruby

Uses the Ruby client library.

rule = {
  'scope' => {
    'type' => 'scopeType',
    'value' => 'scopeEmail',
  },
  'role' => 'role'
}
result = client.execute(:api_method => service.acl.insert,
                        :parameters => {'calendarId' => 'primary'},
                        :body => JSON.dump(rule),
                        :headers => {'Content-Type' => 'application/json'})
print result.data.id

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