18 June 2016
|Type||Corrade progressive command|
|Last Changes||Release 9.92 - added.|
Be aware that by sending a
secret you are revealing your account credentials to the machine that is running Corrade. On the other hand, Corrade only uses HTTPs encrypted requests such that once the data gets to Corrade it will be safely used to interact with the Second Life website. Nevertheless, be weary about using this command in case you are not the sole person with access to the Corrade machine and if you care about your account possibly being compromised.
deleteevent command can be used to schedule an event in Second Life - it will only work in Second Life.
|Command||Required Parameters||Required Corrade Permissions||Example|
| || || ||
llInstantMessage(CORRADE, wasKeyValueEncode( [ // Delete the event from the // Second Life grid with the // numerical identifier 6738256 "command", "deleteevent", "group", wasURLEscape(GROUP), "password", wasURLEscape(PASSWORD), // The account firstname. "firstname", "Moka", // The account lastname. "lastname", "Dumbledore", // The account password. "secret", "dumb3r", // The numerical identifier. "id", "6738256", "callback", wasURLEscape(URL) ] ) );
|Optional Parameter||Possible Value||Meaning|
| ||The first name of an account.||By sending a first name and a last name Corrade will instead query the account transaction data for that account instead of the current account that Corrade is connecting on.|
| ||The last name of an account.|
deleteevent command uses the numerical event identifier passed to the key
id in order to delete an event from the Second Life grid. The numerical event identifier can be obtained after a successful
addevent command - it is passed as the value of the
Naturally, you cannot delete someone else's events - unless you know their account credentials. :-)