|Meeting Room Booking System:||MRBS 1.4.11|
|Database:||PostgreSQL 11.14 (Debian 11.14-0+deb10u1) on x86_64-pc-linux-gnu, compiled by gcc (Debian 8.3.0-6) 8.3.0, 64-bit|
|System:||Linux dcm 4.19.0-11-amd64 #1 SMP Debian 4.19.146-1 (2020-09-17) x86_64|
|Server time:||Thu Jan 27 09:26:32 2022|
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too many entries!
The system can be configured to use one of several methods of authentication,
including LDAP, Netware, and SMB. See your system administrator if you
are having trouble logging in. Some functions are restricted to certain
users, and other users will get the message
You do not have access rights to
modify this item. See your system administrator if this is not working
correctly for you.
If the system is configured to use LDAP authentication, this means that you
login with the same username and password as you use for getting email
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In order to delete or alter a meeting, you must be logged in as the same person that made the meeting. Contact one of the meeting room administrators or the person who initially made the meeting to have it deleted or changed.Top
Clicking on the desired time brings you into the booking screen. Fill in the details and click "Save".
Instead of clicking on the desired time you can select a time range and also a room or day range by dragging the cursor over a group of cells in the day or week views. When the mouse is released you will be taken to the booking screen and the time slots and the room or day range will have been filled in for you.Top
When making a monthly recurring booking, the
fifth weekday of every month
is just that. If a month does not have a fifth weekday then no booking will be
made for that month. If you choose the
last weekday of the month then a
booking will be made on the fourth weekday if there is no fifth weekday.
Fifth last works in a similar way, but counting backwards from the end of
the month. Using
first will give you the fourth last weekday of the month
if there is no fifth last weekday.
Select the day/room/time that you want to delete and select Delete Entry.Top
You don't. Presently the system cannot book two different rooms simultaneously. You must schedule each one separately. Make sure that the time you want is available at both sites before making a booking.Top
too many entries!
No meeting can create more than 365 entries. There needs to be some limit on the number of meetings created. This number can be increased if necessary.Top
The short answer is: The first person to click on the Submit button wins. Behind the scenes, the system is using a proper multi-user, multi-threaded relational database than can handle many thousands of simultaneous users.Top
By default, MRBS defines two meeting types. Internal means that the meeting will only be attended by employees. An External meeting might also be attended by customers, vendors, investors, etc. Your site can define up to a total of 10 meeting types, according to your needs. Meetings are highlighted in the main calendar view with a color corresponding to their type, and a color key of all defined types is shown at the bottom of the main calendar view.Top
Nothing. See the next section for more information.Top
The Meeting Room Booking System is open source software that is distributed under the Gnu Public License(GPL). This means that software is free to use, distribute, and modify.
The system is written mostly in PHP, which is an open source programming language that can be embedded in web pages similar in concept to Microsoft active server pages. PHP is especially good at accessing databases.
The database used for the system is either MySQL or PostgreSQL. MySQL is a very fast, multi-threaded, multi-user and robust SQL (Structured Query Language) database server that is also GPL. PostgreSQL is a full-featured multi-user open source Object Relational SQL database server.
The system will run on multiple platforms, including the PC architecture using the Linux operating system. Linux, is a free, open source, unix-like operating system.
The web server being used is yet another piece of free, open source software. The Apache web server is the world's most popular web server.
The bottom line is: every piece of this system, from the operating system to the application, is completely free - source code and all.Top