Hightower (17th November 2010)
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Hightower (17th November 2010)
My apologies I did not mean you had ripped that off at all, I only meant that there is another similar product on the market that I have used in the past. Using it before I can see similarities, but I am sure there are bespoke things to your school you have made.
I did not mean offence.
GREED (17th November 2010)
Looking forward to 2 week timetables
Nice clean look, exactly what I want.
EDIT: Trying v0.2 and really impressive install procedure and documentation! Well done.
Last edited by zag; 18th November 2010 at 11:02 AM.
Hightower (18th November 2010)
Some suggestions for v0.3
- Slightly change the background colour of periods that are booked to make it obvious
- 2 week timetable view
- A way to login by IT staff and quickly make a number of number of identical bookings with 1 click
- Explanation and examples of LDAP settings
- Remove white spaces automatically from input forms like the create period times
- Change bookable tick box to be on by default
- Change "create period" to "save period" so it makes more sense when you edit it.
- I get the error "Error Number: 1364 Field 'small_image' doesn't have a default value" When trying to add an ICT room
Last edited by zag; 18th November 2010 at 10:51 AM.
Often as IT staff we get sent an email with a large number of random bookings to make(Because the teacher can't be bothered). Our current booking system allows you to log on as "geography" for example and mass book a load of rooms without having to type in the details each time. Its a really big time saver when you have 20 bookings to make.
EDIT: Forget this, just wasn't using it right.
Last edited by zag; 18th November 2010 at 12:51 PM.
Any chance of putting the text above the pictures and making the pictures clickable as well?
Planning to bring out the next release tomorrow, after a hard nights graft at it. If there's anything else people would like considering for tomorrows release please let me know and I'll see if it's feasible.
Looking great, just having some issues with the LDAP integration - I think I have an LDAP user setup properly on the DC, I have the settings in the form:
LDAP Server(s): staff.server.sch.uk (my staff DC)
Base DN: dc=staff,dc=domain,dc=sch,dc=uk (for our staff child domain)
LDAP User: cn=user,ou=Users,dc=staff,dc=domain,dc=sch,dc=uk
Is this the right format? Wanted it on the child domain to prevent student logons from the off. I get the error Fatal error: Call to undefined function ldap_connect() in /var/www/bookit/system/application/models/settings_model.php on line 109 which seems to request the ldap setting in that file, so have I screwed up?
Yes, seems like you haven't got LDAP enabled in PHP. Think its just a case of finding the LDAP extension in your PHP.ini and uncommenting it, and then restarting the web service (apache/iis). That should hopefully get you going because it looks like you have the settings right.
3s-gtech (18th November 2010)
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