## Re: [MRBS-general] Start_Time End_time

 Re: [MRBS-general] Start_Time End_time From: John Beranek - 2005-09-22 14:26:56 ```Wes Wakeman wrote: > Just wondering how the Start_Time Algorithm is calculated I need to > setup room bookings on a bi-weekly basis for a minimum of 12 months as > well could you suggest anything to mkae this a simpler quicker task? They're just POSIX seconds since the Epoch (00:00:00 UTC, January 1, 1970), but you can do what you want from within MRBS itself. Just create a booking in MRBS, with the 'n-weekly' repeat type, and the "number of weeks" to 2, set a "Repeat day", and set an end date 12 months in the future. John. -- John Beranek To generalise is to be an idiot. http://redux.org.uk/ -- William Blake ```

 [MRBS-general] Start_Time End_time From: Wes Wakeman - 2005-09-22 11:43:15 Attachments: Message as HTML ```Just wondering how the Start_Time Algorithm is calculated I need to setup room bookings on a bi-weekly basis for a minimum of 12 months as well could you suggest anything to mkae this a simpler quicker task? Thanks Wes Wakeman ICT Network Manager IT Services Queen Mary's Grammar School Sutton Road Walsall WS1 2PG Telephone: 01922 720696 (Ext: 120) Fax: 01922 725932 ```
 Re: [MRBS-general] Start_Time End_time From: John Beranek - 2005-09-22 14:26:56 ```Wes Wakeman wrote: > Just wondering how the Start_Time Algorithm is calculated I need to > setup room bookings on a bi-weekly basis for a minimum of 12 months as > well could you suggest anything to mkae this a simpler quicker task? They're just POSIX seconds since the Epoch (00:00:00 UTC, January 1, 1970), but you can do what you want from within MRBS itself. Just create a booking in MRBS, with the 'n-weekly' repeat type, and the "number of weeks" to 2, set a "Repeat day", and set an end date 12 months in the future. John. -- John Beranek To generalise is to be an idiot. http://redux.org.uk/ -- William Blake ```