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Repeats and more now in Sessions db

Sun 10 Jan 2010, 05:46 PM



by Ben Langhinrichs
I'll post a full version tomorrow, but anybody who replicates with Tranquility should have all the repeats, all the sessions, working layered views, etc. etc.

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What has been said:


889.1. Gabriella Davis
(01/11/2010 12:09 AM)

Similarly if you have downloaded the iPhone app or the Turtle BB app then you'll need to refresh data to get the updates from Ben's db

Gab


889.2. Brian Green
(01/11/2010 01:13 AM)

Thanks Ben, I can't imagine trying to plan my week without your db!


889.3. Jess Stratton
(01/11/2010 01:25 AM)

Awesome Ben, Thanks!! As usual, this is the only tool I use to plan my schedule. I just keep using that "add to calendar" which is perfect.

Can you do me a favor please? I'm listed as Jessica Stratton, but my session name is Jess Stratton, so it's not linked to me. I just panicked because there was no session listed with my name so I thought it was revoked or something. :-)


889.4. Ben Langhinrichs
(01/11/2010 01:45 AM)

There are a few more repeats I need to add, it turns out, but they should all be there shortly.

@Jess - You are now listed as Jess Stratton thoughout.


889.5. Duffbert
(01/11/2010 02:39 AM)

I did a refresh on the db, and while I see the repeats in the Session ID view, I don't see them in the Day/Time view. Bug?


889.6. Ben Langhinrichs
(01/11/2010 02:48 AM)

I guess it is a bit confusing the way it is presented. In the By Session ID view, the session id itself shows the R2, such as AD106R2, because I need to distinguish them. But in the other views, it just shows as AD106 but has a (R2) at the end of the name. Does that explain what you are seeing, or do you see a repeat that is not showing?


889.7. Duffbert
(01/11/2010 12:24 PM)

I see it now... I was expecting to see the R2 behind the name again. All good, and thanks again for all your hard work.


889.8. Craig Wiseman
(01/12/2010 07:27 PM)

Also, should Mr. Picciano become a "Missing GONAD" in the session database? ;-)