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Online Booking System ASP.NET

Posted on 2014-04-30
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Hi all,

I am looking for an existing (or programming if need be), a flexible online booking system.

Initially the user would setup their calendar, i.e.;

1. set opening standard opening hours for each day
2. set any special holidays (could be recurring dates). where the opening hours are different or they are closed.
3. set up the available booking slots for each day. i.e. 1 hours slots

there will then be a public booking side whereby the user will be able to book a particular slot. Once the slot has been booked it should then not be available.

Are there any existing controls out there that can do this? If not how would someone recommend I implement this?
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maybe this could be tailored to meet your needs :

        http://www.microsoft.com/web/gallery/mojoportal.aspx

here is a complete list of asp.net applications that might be useful :

     http://www.microsoft.com/web/gallery/categories.aspx
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