Thanks, yes i already did it awhile ago.
I have somes questions :
1 - If i have a time slot, how can i link the reservation with the time slot ?
2 - What is the reservation of finish and start number ?
3 - Is the Database “reservation” a mix of the screen “add reservation” and “new reservation” ?
4 - I don’t understand the screen “check reservation”
this in incomplete collection, if you mean booked time slot, reservation collection is meant for that
number shows that Adalo save date time in number, so if needed, we can manipulate later
add reservation screen in unvalidated form, just for data entry, while add new reservation screen is doing validation with input field as switches
this is interim screen that scan new date for booking, it they are overlapped, the way to do it, by using list and countdown, if this filtered list has some records then this new date for booking is overlapped, both for start and finish date time.
1 - i mean making a time slot for example from 8am to 8pm, then people can only book a new reservation in that specific time slot.
2 - Ok thanks.
3 - Can i add a collection for “add reservation” only
4 - Ok thanks.
5- Why there is a difference between in the action for the button “creat a reservation” from screen “add reservation” and the button “add” from the screen “add new reservation” ?
To do something like this, I also read other’s posts, but old post, like a year ago.
To bring you up to speed, to compare date time with just time such as 8:00am, require focusing on fraction in number, as this is the time, but it should be shifted to your local timezone, in my case, I have to decrease it, we need to play around until we get it.
if you get fraction for start-time slot and finish-time slot, you can do validation using input field or temporary variables in users collection that is retrieved using logged in user, basically it compares numbers
I don’t think you can, because there is no validation process, I use it just for shortcut, for admin purposes, not for user
Picture #1, I use built-in form, which does not allow me to convert date time into number, so I add another update action to do that
Picture #2, this is not using form, so I can put in the same action.
If you have come to this point, I believe that this technique works to prevent overlapped date time period.
Maybe you can simplify the switches, because currently I use different, checked and available to do validation.