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Help with installation and general calendar setttings

Newest Newbie Ever

Postby hstainton » Mon Apr 12, 2010 11:19 am

Hi there, I have uploaded to my server...into a sub dir "calendar" - I ammended the permissions of the ac-config ...ran the install and it has now presented me with a form for which i do not know what to enter???

database host?
database name?
database username?
database password?

sorry for my stupidity, this is very simple, im sure!!!
please help! desperate to explore this!

Henry
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Re: Newest Newbie Ever

Postby chris » Mon Apr 12, 2010 11:30 am

Hello,
This calendar requires a mysql database to be able to store the data.
Where your domain is hosted, you most likely have the ability to create a database. If you can't find this option or don't know how to do it, you can probably request that your hosting provider (ie the company that you have contracted webspace from) create it for you.
Once they have done this they should provide you with the information that you require ie. database name, username and password. The host is usually "localhost"

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Re: Newest Newbie Ever

Postby hstainton » Mon Apr 12, 2010 11:52 am

thank you very much, i thought as much, just needed to upgrade the hosting package.

Thanks again
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Re: Newest Newbie Ever

Postby hstainton » Mon Apr 12, 2010 1:57 pm

Hi Chris,

Seems great so far...Im having trouble with the cycle click function...not only does it stop at booked am but it doesnt seem to display the color change when i click through the available options booked am etc.... do i need to change the image positions in the css file?
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Re: Newest Newbie Ever

Postby chris » Mon Apr 12, 2010 2:01 pm

Im having trouble with the cycle click function...not only does it stop at booked am ...

Here is the solution as posted on the (now unused) Google groups forum:
http://groups.google.com/group/ajax-ava ... ce3b?hl=es

In the ajax file that updates the states:
"ac-includes" > "ajax" > "update_calendar.ajax.php"
could you try chaning this code (line 85 approx):

foreach($list_states as $id=>$val){
if($id==$current_state_id) break;
// advance the pointer to next
next($list_states);
// stop if id is the same as current

}

to this:

foreach($list_states as $id=>$val){
next($list_states);
if($id==$current_state_id) break;
}

As you can see, I have just swapped the order of the events round. A
user had a similar problem a few weeks ago and this seemed to solve
the problem though I have not been able to work out why :(

... but it doesnt seem to display the color change when i click through the available options booked am etc

Yes, you need to check that the path to the background image is correct in the css file.

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Re: Newest Newbie Ever

Postby jfc1 » Fri Sep 14, 2012 2:08 pm

I have the same problem : the method click-through do not work after "Booked AM"

And your little code fix it !

I don't know why ,
But It works perfectly now.

Thank.

But I seen that click on the button "Change Item" do nothing , it just refresh the webpage?
It's perhaps normal because we can change with the drop-down menu?
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