Problem with editcalendar.php

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Problem with editcalendar.php

Post by Suvana » 2010-08-11, 13:02

Hiya,
Some of my users are getting an odd problem, where they try to edit their absence but there are no days displayed in the table.
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It's only some users. The one in the image does have a populated template for the month in question (August 2010) and has edited successfully previously this month.

I tried deleting the (empty) template for a different affected user and letting it regenerate, but the same problem still occurs. It happens on my test system as well as in production.

Is there some database issue that I can fix without wiping all the current templates? (And would that fix it??)

We are currently using teamcal 3.1 - we're waiting on a server upgrade before I can upgrade to 3.3.

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Re:Problem with editcalendar.php

Post by Suvana » 2010-08-11, 13:11

[file name=editcalendar.zip size=43948]http://lewe.com/images/fbfiles/files/editcalendar.zip[/file]

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Re:Problem with editcalendar.php

Post by George » 2010-08-28, 10:03

Absence types have to be enabled for groups. If an absence type is not enabled for a group those user wouldn't see them in their calendar.

Go to the admin absence page and see whether the absence types are enabled in the [Groups] column. If not, click the little icon next to it to enable.

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Re:Problem with editcalendar.php

Post by Suvana » 2010-08-29, 10:11

Hi George,
Thank you - yes that's what it turned out to be - always something simple isn't it!
I have now educated the admin users a bit better ;)
Thanks!

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