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Re: [Phpgroupware-users] calendar holiday question

From: Dave Hall
Subject: Re: [Phpgroupware-users] calendar holiday question
Date: Wed, 11 Jun 2003 09:47:25 +1000

Marcus Frischherz <address@hidden> wrote:

> Dave Hall wrote:
> >Marcus Frischherz <address@hidden> wrote:
> >>
> >>If not, what do I do? This is, what I did so far: I grabbed the 
> >>holidays for AT
> >>from phpgroupware, but they only contained a fraction of the 
> >>holidays. I added
> >>the missing fixed holidays (and submitted them to phpgroupware). 
> I 
> >>found a
> >>calendar/setup file for the German holidays until 2009. I copied 
> >>it for AT and
> >>edited it. But what do I do now? I have placed it in the 
> >>calendar/setupdirectory, but I don't know how to access it now.
> >>    
> >If you submit the file as patch on savannah we can load it on
> >, and this will allow all users to access it.
> >

> ok.. I will gladly submit it, if you tell me how and where.
> However, you didn't understand my question: what is the link 
> between the 
> holidays in the database (in my case MySQL). How exactly does it 
> help me 
> to have created a file phpgroupware/calendar/setup/holidays.AT? 
> When is 
> it read and used?

I am not an expert on calendar - but - here goes my understanding of it.

First go to admin->calendar->holiday management and download the AT
holidays, save it as /path/to/phpgroupware/calendar/setup/holidays.AT. 
Also dump the data from phpgw_cal_holidays using mysqdump or phpmyadmin.

Then remove all the AT holidays from phpgw_cal_holidays

In admin->calendar->site configuration there is an option load holidays
dynamically - set this to on, and set load from to localhost.

Go back into claendar, check that the calendar has the correct entries.
 If they are ok then upload the holidays.AT file at



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