Requires: IP-Symcon >= 3.1
boolean IPS_SetEventCyclicDateFrom (integer $EventID, integer $Day, integer $Month, integer $Year)
|EventID||ID of the cyclic event to be changed|
|Day||Start day (0, 1..31)|
|Month||Start month (0, 1..12)|
|Year||Start year (0, 1970..2038)|
|If the command succeeds, it returns TRUE, otherwise FALSE.|
This command sets the start date for a cyclic event.
If the arguments for day, month, and year are 0, the event does not have a specific start date and starts immediately.
The start date is especially relevant for events that are not executed daily. For example, when an event is run every 2 weeks, the start date determines the reference point of the first execution. It can be used to control if the event should run during odd or even calendar weeks.
//No start date for the event IPS_SetEventCyclicDateFrom($EventID, 0, 0, 0);