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Postby djmugge » Tue Oct 18, 2011 10:02 am

- translate by Google -

Also we want to provide a customer on a website a calendar in which its customers can even add events. Details should also be visible only to admin backend, other users will get to see the status of occupied only free /.

The customer bears name, a contact and select either drop by or in a calendar view his preferred date. This is saved and reserved until he is of the admins / staff confirmed or canceled accordingly. If he confirms he is no longer available in the view, canceled it will be released.

JEvents seems to fit quite well, but it failed so far in the implementation. Or we have a thought error.
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Postby carcam » Tue Oct 18, 2011 10:22 am

Can you tell us what have you tried so far?
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Postby Geraint » Tue Oct 18, 2011 10:42 am

Using JEvents you can give your site members permission to create events which are not published until they are approved by the jevents admin user. These will not appear in the calendar until they are approved BUT when they are approved they will be visible to all users.

There are a Jevents club addons you could consider - 'specific user events'. This allows the event creator to mark the event as 'private' - if this is done then only the author and admin will be able to see the event at all.

If, however, you want other users to see that the time slot has been booked then there is another plugin (hidden event detail) that you could use - it currently hides the event detail from non-logged in users BUT I could easily enhance this with a config option to hide the event details from everyone apart from the creator and admin user.

I hope that google can translate this for you so that it makes sense.

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Postby djmugge » Tue Oct 18, 2011 12:56 pm

Geraint wrote:I hope that google can translate this for you so that it makes sense.


I hope so :D
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Postby djmugge » Tue Oct 18, 2011 2:05 pm

carcam wrote:Can you tell us what have you tried so far?

Currently, I have another Joomla component in use, so it does not work, especially in Joomla 1.7

WIth JEvents I have tried nothing, I wanted to experiment before you install and check first to see if my ideas are ever to realize meaningful.
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