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Access Time for Groups

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Picture of Alf the Brain by Alf the Brain - 5 years ago (2015-05-28)

Access per time range

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I wish to make an application for groups of users access to a particular time have eg 08:00 to 12:00. Mon-Fri

Clearly, I need a calendar view in the Administrator, the periods can be easily entered.

Can anyone give a tip anyone there?

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  • 1. Picture of Anthony Amolochitis by Anthony Amolochitis - 5 years ago (2015-05-29) Reply

    It seems you are asking about creating a system which users have access to based on time of day. Also, it seems you want a front end calendar to handle editing users time permissions easily. Is this a correct assumption?

    As for your calendar, you may want to search through the javascript classes site, or consider the jquery calendar for your front end calendar option at the fullcalendar.io site.

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    tinyUGatMs: Manage users and groups of events in a database

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    Picture of zinsou A.A.E.Mose by zinsou A.A.E.Mose package author package author Reputation 5775 - 3 years ago (2017-07-20) Comment

    this package manage days recurrence ex:friday,monday or once,weekly,monthly,dayly,yearly etc...and also time periods during the day for users groups access time.Just try it and then tell us.


    PHP Sweepstakes: Calculate the days of periodical events

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    Picture of Chi Hoang by Chi Hoang package author package author Reputation 95 - 5 years ago (2015-05-29) Comment

    My package can handle time periods during days.

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    • 3. Picture of Manuel Lemos by Manuel Lemos - 5 years ago (2015-05-30) in reply to comment 2 by Chi Hoang Reply

      The original poster needs something that takes care of time spans of part of a day, not ranges of days.

    • 4. Picture of Alf the Brain by Alf the Brain - 5 years ago (2015-05-31) in reply to comment 2 by Chi Hoang Reply

      Ich want make a system, when is worktime user or Group can open or close office window system (qnx home automation) after worktime is diabled. (not playing at home with Windows system).

      Thy Alf


    Schedule: Render schedule time tables from XML definitions

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    Picture of Dave Smith by Dave Smith Reputation 6840 - 5 years ago (2015-05-29) Comment

    If it is only to display the schedule to your users, then this class is my recommendation. You actually create the schedule using simple xml without an admin interface.


    Calendar Events: Display and manage database stored calendar events

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    Picture of Manuel Lemos by Manuel Lemos Reputation 19400 - 5 years ago (2015-05-29) Comment

    Well you could use this class for managing and display a calendar marked with specific days but it seems to not manage time periods during the day. You may need a more detailed class for that.

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    • 1. Picture of Alf the Brain by Alf the Brain - 5 years ago (2015-05-29) Reply

      I search a system like this: www. qnap .com/images/products/Application/notes/How_to_set_up_the_Surveillance_Station_of_QNAP_NAS_ENG14.png


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