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Support for 24+ hour rooms and resource reservations Merged

24+ hour meetings are supported with Notes V11 and up:

https://help.hcltechsw.com/notes/11.0.0/multipleday_meeting_support.html

RnR-Database does not reflect this feature. Currently it is only possible to define a timespan within a day (incl. repetition).

It should be possible to book rooms and resources for a whole day (24+ hours).

  • Guest
  • Apr 21 2020
  • Likely to implement
  • Guest commented
    24 Mar 11:38am

    Another limitation is the proper display oaf a 24+ hour reservation within the RnR database. While it is shown correctly in a user's calendar when booking a resource 24+, a "resource owner" has no proper overview in the RnR database how the resource is actually allocated.

    From a schedule perspective (busytime/clubusy) everything works fine though, but RnR database also lacks of capability in displaying (not just creating) 24+ reservations, which would also be required.

  • Guest commented
    18 Jun, 2020 06:25pm

    IMHO - That would have to considered as a bug

  • Guest commented
    11 Jun, 2020 07:32am

    How can this be NOT a bug?

  • Guest commented
    25 Apr, 2020 08:42pm

    Agreed. I have a client who rents small aircraft that frequently will leave sometime during one day and not return till the next - or perhaps several days later.