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Room Reservation Database Query

Posted on 2000-04-04
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As everyone know's in the Room Reservation database you create a "Site Profile".  
Does anyone know what file this translates into in the local directory structure.
ie/personal address book = names.nsf

Thanks in advance,

Byron.

 
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by:ghassan99
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U mean the file name of the Resource Reservations database? Resource.nsf!

-Gus
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Site profile names become category values for the 'Create Resource' process. The ($Sites) view is used to view what sites you have available through a $DBColumn lookup in the Create Resource and the Create Reservation process. It's a way to enforce referential integrity in the system.
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Sorry I should have closed this job a week or so a go, spoke to a friend who was able to solve the problem for me.

Thanks for all of your assistance.  Here's 50 points for your trouble
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