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Daily Calendar for Scheduling people

 
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Hi friends,
Has anyone ever developed a calendar that could schedule people. For example, like a calendar used in doctor's offices. I am half way into developing this calendar, but I am stuck b/c I do not know how to schedule people, example
January 26, 2004
9:00 AM John Smith
10:00 Am Jack Jones
March, 15, 2004
10:00 AM Suzan Stone
11:00 AM John Rambone
But I need these names to be saved. So that when they go back and forth on the schedule, the names will be there. Can any one help?
I am sure some smart person out there has done this.
Thank you very much!
JM
[ January 26, 2004: Message edited by: Jim Martin ]
 
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Hi Jim,
I have developed something like that - see:
http://users.bigpond.net.au/vandata/CDB/index.html
I have spent most of my spare time over the last couple of years on this so it's not a trivial task.
My code is probably a bit too specific for you but maybe you might get some ideas. It is client/server/jdbc/access based and at one site about 30 people are logged on to it.
 
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