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The 48 hours rule. Does anybody implemented it?

Pavlo Rybakov
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Joined: May 31, 2010
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Hi all,

and again about the 48 hours rule...

Does anybody implemented it?

If I understand correctly, the "available date" means the room is available SINCE the date. Isn't?

Carlos Morillo
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Joined: Jun 06, 2009
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Hi Pavlo,

I didn't since it is not a MUST requirement.

HTH,

Carlos.


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Roel De Nijs
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Some people did, most didn't because it's not a must requirement. I myself didn't and documented why I didn't. And this explanation was not "I didn't do it because it was not a must requirement"


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Carlos Morillo
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Joined: Jun 06, 2009
Posts: 221

Hi Roel,

That was the short version of the explanation.

In my choices.txt I have 3 paragraphs. A possible one liner could be the date field is not mutable.


Pavlo,

I'd strongly suggest you do some search in the SCJD forum for "48 hour rule".
Also take a look here

HTH,

Carlos.
Roberto Perillo
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Howdy, Pavlo. There is no need to implement this rule. I justified that this is something that the CSRs may decide whether they want to book a room or not, so if this rule change in the future, there is no need to even touch the code.

Carlos Morillo wrote:In my choices.txt I have 3 paragraphs. A possible one liner could be the date field is not mutable.


Excelent point you got there, Carlos!


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Roel De Nijs
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Carlos Morillo wrote:That was the short version of the explanation.

I was not addressing you in my previous post. Just making clear to Pavlo that "it is not a must requirement" is not the best argumentation And I also didn't have 3 paragraphs to explain (just 12 lines of approx 80 chars)
 
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