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 on: Today at 07:42:59 AM 
Started by Wim - Last post by Wim
Hi Dave,

Thanks for this!
It works!

Users in our enviroment may not change their records.
Now i can give them an cancel button.

Have a nice day, Wim

 2 
 on: January 23, 2017, 10:25:03 PM 
Started by cccc42 - Last post by cccc42
This tool is the best - thank you so much for making this and hopefully helping out with my question!

Our people like to look at the schedule in the Bookings view, with the resource filter on the left.  People would like to filter on custom attributes that we have in our reservations, but I can't seem to get them to show up in the resource filter area.  Of course, I can get custom resource attributes to show in the resource filter, but I don't think a custom resource attribute works for what we need in this case (unless I am missing something and I can add a custom resource attribute pick list to the reservation page so that people can choose the option they need for that booking). 

Can anyone point me in the right direction towards adding a reservation custom attribute to the resource filter list in Bookings view?

Thank you!

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 on: January 23, 2017, 03:18:15 PM 
Started by GregN - Last post by GregN
Good morning.

I think I may have posted about this before and the general consensus is that this should just work right out of the box, but we're having some troubles...

I am wondering if there is some special permissions that I should be checking -- we have server set up to run a bunch of things for us, one of them is the Booked system.  The server is running MS Server 2010, I think (or something like that...  I am not the admin of the server, unfortunately... otherwise, it would be a Linux server...)

Any ideas of where and what I should be checking would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks.

Greg

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 on: January 23, 2017, 03:11:44 PM 
Started by GregN - Last post by GregN
I'm not sure if this is a bug or a feature...  But, when I set my resource colour so that they stand out more in the calendar (as well, the colours match the actual rooms), the 'status colours' seem to be ignored.

For instance, I had one room set to be green.  When somebody requested a booking for that room, it showed up as green on the bookings display, despite the fact that it was still 'pending'.

I removed the lab colours and it's all good now, but it would be nice to assign different colours to different resources...  but still maintain the status colour scheme in some way...

Greg

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 on: January 23, 2017, 12:59:44 PM 
Started by Wim - Last post by davemason
Hi Wim,

Almost every page in the scheduler had something that uses this rule. For example, when an Admin is logged in, we know the "Application Management" tab is visible.

Have a look in ./booked/tpl/globalheader.tpl

Code:
                                        {if $CanViewAdmin}
                                                <li class="dropdown">
                                                        <a href="#" class="dropdown-toggle"
                                                           data-toggle="dropdown">{translate key="ApplicationManagement"}
                                                                <b class="caret"></b></a>
                                                        <ul class="dropdown-menu">
                                                                <li><a href="{$Path}admin/manage_reservations.php">{translate key="ManageReservations"}</a></li>
                                                                <li><a href="{$Path}admin/manage_blackouts.php">{translate key="ManageBlackouts"}</a></li>
                                                                <li><a href="{$Path}admin/manage_quotas.php">{translate key="ManageQuotas"}</a></li>
                                                                <li class="divider"></li>
                                                                <li><a href="{$Path}admin/manage_schedules.php">{translate key="ManageSchedules"}</a>
                                                                <li><a href="{$Path}admin/manage_resources.php">{translate key="ManageResources"}</a></li>
                                                                <li><a href="{$Path}admin/manage_accessories.php">{translate key="ManageAccessories"}</a></li>

                                                                <li class="divider"></li>
                                                                <li><a href="{$Path}admin/manage_users.php">{translate key="ManageUsers"}</a></li>
                                                                <li><a href="{$Path}admin/manage_groups.php">{translate key="ManageGroups"}</a></li>

                                                                <li><a href="{$Path}admin/manage_announcements.php">{translate key="ManageAnnouncements"}</a></li>
                                                                <li class="divider"></li>
                                                                {*<li class="dropdown-header">{translate key=Customization}</li>*}
                                                                <li><a href="{$Path}admin/manage_attributes.php">{translate key="CustomAttributes"}</a></li>
                                                                {if $EnableConfigurationPage}
                                                                        <li><a href="{$Path}admin/manage_configuration.php">{translate key="ManageConfiguration"}</a></li>
                                                                {/if}
                                                                <li><a href="{$Path}admin/manage_theme.php">{translate key="LookAndFeel"}</a></li>
                                                                <li><a href="{$Path}admin/import.php">{translate key="Import"}</a></li>
                                                                <li><a href="{$Path}admin/server_settings.php">{translate key="ServerSettings"}</a></li>
                                                        </ul>
                                                </li>
                                        {/if}

Here the test is right up top: {if $CanViewAdmin}. In this case, it dictates whether an entire menu item is displayed.

Hope that helps get you started.

Dave

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 on: January 23, 2017, 12:48:53 PM 
Started by Wim - Last post by Wim
Hello,

I want to disable something when user is not admin.
Example:

if user is not admin {
   disable something } else { do nothing }

I can not find the if statement anywhere on this forum.
I am a beginner php.

Thanks in advance, Wim

 7 
 on: January 23, 2017, 08:45:02 AM 
Started by thomast2 - Last post by m.maier
Hi everyone,

same as thomast2 here. I've tried to get SSO to run.  But i don't have an reference point, why Authentication with AD works and SSO don't works.


My Config:

Ubuntu Server 14.04.5 LTS
Apache2 Version 2.4.7 (HTTP, HTTPS)
Booked Version 2.6.4 - Authentication = ActiveDirectory, (Version=3, use.SSL= false, use.SSO=true)

Thanks for help.


 8 
 on: January 22, 2017, 09:29:24 PM 
Started by cafalstrom - Last post by cafalstrom
I have created a Booked installation without errors. When I log in as administrator, I log in successfully, and some administrator commands appear to work (e.g. my profile, schedules--although schedules displays time zone as America/Chicago and I have America/New York in config.php) Most other commands do not work. Instead, they display a pink bar at the top of the window that says Unknown Error and a link to return to the last page I was on. I'm a newbie with Booked and I can't seem to get past this error. I am running wampserver3.0.6_x86_apache2.4.23_mysql5.7.14_php5.6.25-7.0.10, booked-2.5.19, and Windows 10 Pro preview build 15014. Can anyone point me in the direction to solve this?

 9 
 on: January 22, 2017, 02:16:12 PM 
Started by WimWennekes - Last post by WimWennekes
Thanks fzobitz for answering on my topic.

I have already set $conf['settings']['reservation']['updates.require.approval'] = 'true';
The thing is, and maby i am missing something here, i can not see in the schedule if a particular reservation is moved bij the user to a different time.
I even can not see if a user has editing its reservation.
How can i see that?

If i can figure out if the person who's login is not member of a admin group then i can display its reservation only in a form that can not be edited.

By the way.
Booked is a great script and i was looking more then a year for something like this!

greatings Wim  Cheesy

 10 
 on: January 22, 2017, 10:51:00 AM 
Started by moonhead - Last post by moonhead
Moving our site to a new hosted environment, and I can't get email working...

config is this -

$conf['settings']['phpmailer']['mailer'] = 'smtp';
$conf['settings']['phpmailer']['smtp.host'] = 'localhost';
$conf['settings']['phpmailer']['smtp.port'] = '25';
$conf['settings']['phpmailer']['smtp.secure'] = '';
$conf['settings']['phpmailer']['smtp.auth'] = 'true';
$conf['settings']['phpmailer']['smtp.username'] = 'myusername@mydomain.com';
$conf['settings']['phpmailer']['smtp.password'] = 'mypassword';
$conf['settings']['phpmailer']['sendmail.path'] = '';
$conf['settings']['phpmailer']['smtp.debug'] = 'true';

I'm using GoDaddy Linux with cPanel for the hosting, and from what I can see here - https://au.godaddy.com/help/what-is-the-name-of-my-hosting-accounts-relay-server-953 - that should be the setup for the smtp relay. I've also tried using the 'mail' option in the 'mailer' setting, but no change.

The annoying part is throughout all this, I'm not getting any SMTP debug messages. In the past, when I've been testing, I received the debug output in the change password screen, when sending a new message. But I'm not even getting that here.

Any ideas what's going on here?

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