Developing for Windows Phones 7 and 8: Listing 1

Substitute Windows Phone 7 SaveAppointmentTask.

public class SaveAppointmentTask
{
    private static ConstructorInfo SaveAppointmentTaskConstructor { get; set; }
    private static Type ReminderType { get; set; }
    private static Type AppointmentStatusType { get; set; }
    private static MethodInfo ShowMethod { get; set; }

    static SaveAppointmentTask()
    {
        var type = Type.GetType("Microsoft.Phone.Tasks.SaveAppointmentTask, Microsoft.Phone");
        if (type == null) return;
        SaveAppointmentTaskConstructor = type.GetConstructor(new Type[] {});

        AppointmentStatusType = Type.GetType("Microsoft.Phone.UserData.AppointmentStatus, Microsoft.Phone");
        ReminderType = Type.GetType("Microsoft.Phone.Tasks.Reminder, Microsoft.Phone");
        ShowMethod = type.GetMethod("Show");
    }

    public static bool IsSupported 
    {
        get { return SaveAppointmentTaskConstructor != null; }
    }

    private object Instance { get; set; }

    public SaveAppointmentTask()
    {
        Instance = SaveAppointmentTaskConstructor.Invoke(null);
    }

    public DateTime? StartTime
    {
        get { return GetProperty<DateTime?>(Instance, "StartTime"); }
        set { SetProperty(Instance, "StartTime", value); }
    }

    public DateTime? EndTime
    {
        get { return GetProperty<DateTime?>(Instance, "StartTime"); }
        set { SetProperty(Instance, "StartTime", value); }
    }

    public bool IsAllDayEvent
    {
        get { return GetProperty<bool>(Instance, "IsAllDayEvent"); }
        set { SetProperty(Instance, "IsAllDayEvent", value); }
    }

    public string Subject
    {
        get { return GetProperty<string>(Instance, "Subject"); }
        set { SetProperty(Instance, "Subject", value); }
    }

    public string Location
    {
        get { return GetProperty<string>(Instance, "Location"); }
        set { SetProperty(Instance, "Location", value); }
    }

    public string Details
    {
        get { return GetProperty<string>(Instance, "Details"); }
        set { SetProperty(Instance, "Details", value); }
    }

    public Reminder Reminder
    {
        get { return GetEnumProperty<Reminder>(Instance, "Reminder"); }
        set { SetEnumProperty(Instance, "Reminder", value,ReminderType); }
    }
        
    public AppointmentStatus AppointmentStatus
    {
        get { return GetEnumProperty<AppointmentStatus>(Instance, "AppointmentStatus"); }
        set { SetEnumProperty(Instance, "AppointmentStatus", value,AppointmentStatusType); }
    }

    public void Show()
    {
        ShowMethod.Invoke(Instance, null);
    }

    private static void SetEnumProperty<TSource>(object instance, string name, TSource value,Type destinationType)
    {
        var actualValue = Enum.Parse(destinationType, value.ToString(), true);

        var setMethod = instance.GetType().GetProperty(name);
        setMethod.SetValue(instance, actualValue, null);
    }
    private static T GetEnumProperty<T>(object instance, string name)
    {
        var setMethod = instance.GetType().GetProperty(name);
        var enumValue= setMethod.GetValue(instance, null);
        var destValue = (T)Enum.Parse(typeof(T), enumValue.ToString(), true);
        return destValue;
    }

    private static void SetProperty<T>(object instance, string name, T value)
    {
        var setMethod = instance.GetType().GetProperty(name);
        setMethod.SetValue(instance, value, null);
    }
    private static T GetProperty<T>(object instance, string name)
    {
        var setMethod = instance.GetType().GetProperty(name);
        return (T)setMethod.GetValue(instance, null);
    }
}

public enum Reminder
{
    /// <summary>No reminder is shown for the appointment.</summary>
    None,
    /// <summary>The reminder is shown at the appointment start time.</summary>
    AtStartTime,
    /// <summary>The reminder is shown 5 minutes before the appointment.</summary>
    FiveMinutes,
    /// <summary>The reminder is shown 10 minutes before the appointment.</summary>
    TenMinutes,
    /// <summary>The reminder is shown 15 minutes before the appointment.</summary>
    FifteenMinutes,
    /// <summary>The reminder is shown 30 minutes before the appointment.</summary>
    ThirtyMinutes,
    /// <summary>The reminder is shown one hour before the appointment.</summary>
    OneHour,
    /// <summary>The reminder is shown 18 hours before the appointment.</summary>
    EighteenHours,
    /// <summary>The reminder is shown one day before the appointment.</summary>
    OneDay,
    /// <summary>The reminder is shown one 1 week before the appointment.</summary>
    OneWeek
}

/// <summary>Specifies information about how to treat the block of time of an appointment.</summary>
public enum AppointmentStatus
{
    /// <summary>The attendee is free during this appointment.</summary>
    Free,
    /// <summary>The attendee is tentatively busy during this appointment.</summary>
    Tentative,
    /// <summary>The attendee is busy during this appointment.</summary>
    Busy,
    /// <summary>The attendee is out of the office during this appointment.</summary>
    OutOfOffice
}

About the Author

Nick Randolph runs Built to Roam, a consulting company that specializes in training, mentoring and assisting other companies build mobile applications. With a heritage in rich client applications for both the desktop and a variety of mobile platforms, Nick currently presents, writes and educates on the Windows Phone platform.

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