The three most common options are below. The first thing is to decide which you want to use.
1) Add a Boolean parameter value that you can change through /appadmin to manually specify that the application is "closed." This is the most basic and requires manual intervention to work.
2) Call an XML document that contains a list of holiday dates and parse it. This will work with all editions (standard, enhanced, and premium).
3) Call a supported ODBC database. The table in the DB contains a row for each date that is a holiday. You use a SELECT statement to get a matching row if it exists and act based on that. This only works with premium.
I have attached the XML file they provide in the UCCXD class. This will give you an idea of how it's done. Personally, I think this is less than ideal and have written my own. You may want to do the same. The Step Reference Guide will help explain the XML document-related steps.
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