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Is editing Recurring Events possible?

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I'm trying to work with Allen Browne's sample database which allows you to schedule recurring events. If I do like Allen explains it, I want to add my own information on a recurring event like add an employee to an event. If I later decide to switch that employee for another employee, there is no history to show that the 1st employee ever was working on that particular event. the query just runs a new calculation based on the single Event record where now resides the new employee's ID instead of the old one. So my question is how do I keep track of history. Is it possible? is there a workaround? Update query maybe? do I use a form for that? mmm so many questions... please help me in the right direction.
Mar 27 '14 #1
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I certainly understand what you are asking; however, Allen isn't here to help explain how his calendar works nor is it quite fair to ask us to reverse engineer his work; however, I have read his site and the explanations given are quite clear as to how the calendar works.

From that, what I would do is create a table to act as a history log that has a relationship to the employee and the project. Each time a employee is assigned a project, record the date, the employee, and the project.

You will need to review Mr. Browne's interface to determine how to do create the entries and if you run into a snag, then post the particulars for a specific issue and we'll do our best for you.
Mar 28 '14 #2

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