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Network and Classroom Management Thread, Classroombookings in Technical; Does anybody here use Classroombookings? http://www.classroombookings.com If so, do you know how to import a CSV of the users for ...
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    Classroombookings

    Does anybody here use Classroombookings? http://www.classroombookings.com
    If so, do you know how to import a CSV of the users for the system. I have tried emailing for support, but had no response.
    I have a few more issues with it, but would like to sort one thing out at a time.

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    Hi. Sorry about the delay.. sometimes I don't get as much time as I like to reply to emails for Classroombookings. Anyway, the CSV file format is:

    "username, firstname, lastname, email, password"

    If you set the password at upload time (on the form) then the password field in the CSV file will be ignored.

    Hope that helps.

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    i believe the csv file is

    Username Firstname Lastname Email Password

    go to users on the admin control panel then you can import csv there

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    aaa beat me too it craig :P

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    Thanks for the replies guys. I will have a look at this later.
    Webman, if you are anything like me you are probably too busy to sit & email everyone. I do appreciate your time though.
    I will post the other problems when I have sorted this out.
    Thanks for a great piece of programming.

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    No problem.

    Yeah, you're right. But I hope to re-open the forums soon and get cracking with bugfixes and new features etc... now if only I could pause time

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    Yes, I know what you mean. It would be rather handy to be able to pause time. You could stop people moaning & just walk away.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kestrel1 View Post
    Yes, I know what you mean. It would be rather handy to be able to pause time. You could stop people moaning & just walk away.
    Heheh Amongst other things...

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    lol.
    Just tried the csv layout & I am getting this error:
    The filetype you are attempting to upload is not allowed
    I expect I am doing something wrong as usual.
    Cheers

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    Hi

    I think that error is down to permissions - first check that the /temp directory (same directory level as /system/ and /webroot/ directories) has write permissions.

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    Sorry not to get back to you sooner.
    I have used chmod on the temp directory, but this has made no odds. I tried 755, 766 & even 777.
    any other ideas?
    thanks

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    I'll have a look

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    Thanks very much. It may just be me being a plank.

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    We don't have any linux boxes at the moment are there any instructions for installing it on windows with apache?

    Thanks.

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    Hi Cookie_monster

    The instructions are pretty much the same except you probably won't need to change permissions (chmod). I recommend the WAMP package for this.

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