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Schedule Application Approach

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We'd like to begin coding a schedule application, much like Outlook and
wanted some opinions on what the best approach to this project would be.
Does anyone have any experience pulling appointments from a datasource and
filing out an hourly schedule? How do you deal with the empty hours if
you're using a datagrid?

Thx.
Nov 19 '05 #1
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I'd speculate that the query would have to return records for each
hour that you need to display. A field inside the item would have to
indicate if the hour is booked or not, perhaps a simple bool indicator
- or perhaps a string with the description of the meeting. It's hard
to get more definite without designing a schema and looking at
requirements, etc...

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Scott
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On Tue, 7 Jun 2005 11:41:04 -0400, "Wayne Carlaw" <no****@nospam.com>
wrote:
We'd like to begin coding a schedule application, much like Outlook and
wanted some opinions on what the best approach to this project would be.
Does anyone have any experience pulling appointments from a datasource and
filing out an hourly schedule? How do you deal with the empty hours if
you're using a datagrid?

Thx.


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