seteventorganizer - sets a new organizer for the given event in the given context.
seteventorganizer -c contextId -e eventId -A masterAdmin -P masterAdminPassword [-p RMI-Port] [-s RMI-Server] [--responsetimeout responseTimeout] | [-h]
This command line tool sets a new organizer for the given event in the given context. If this is performed on a recurring event (master or exception), all exceptions and the master are changed. The new organizer must be an internal user and the old organizer must not be an external user. If the organizer is no attendee, the organizer will automatically be added as attendee. If the organizer is already set but not yet an attendee, the organizer will be added as attendee as well. If the organizer is already set and also an attendee this is a no-op. Bear in mind, that external users/clients may not support organizer changes, thus this operation is not propagated to external attendees.
-c, --context contextId : The context identifier.
-e, --event eventId : Required. The event identifier
-u, --userId userId : Required. The user identifier to set as replacement
-A, --adminuser masterAdminUser : Master admin user name for authentication. Optional, depending on your configuration.
-P, --adminpass masterAdminPassword : Master admin password for authentication. Optional, depending on your configuration.
-h, --help : Prints a help text
-s,--server rmiHost : The optional RMI server (default: localhost)
-p,--port rmiPort : The optional RMI port (default:1099)
--responsetimeout : The optional response timeout in seconds when reading data from server (default: 0s; infinite).