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Requirements for Building TechCM Calendar in Alpha 5 V11 or higher.pdf 187K

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    Requirements for Building TechCM Calendar in Alpha 5 V11 or higher.

     Calendar must be able to work with existing tables and or new tables similar to the Calendar
    Component currently in Alpha 5.
     Calendar must be able to run in the browser internally and on the web without any licensing
     Calendar must be able to use all backend databases that currently work with Alpha 5.
     New Table columns can be added at any time to the events in the Calendar.
     New Table columns can be of any column type.
     Calendar must be able to track events / projects / WBS / tasks by start date/time and end
     All events / projects / WBS / task entered into the Calendar must be logged with statuses.
     Valid Statuses are: Active, Inactive, Completed, Pending, Approved and Cancelled and can be
    changed by the users.
     All events / projects / WBS / tasks and their statuses must have who initiated the action, who
    was it assigned to and any action taken from that point on.
     A notification system is needed to inform users with tasks responsibilities of the due dates of
    tasks nearing their due dates.
     Completed and Cancelled entries cannot be changed by anyone.
     Changes to entries other than status Cancelled or Completed are not allowed except by the
    creator of the entry and or the system administrator.
     Calendar must be able to track projects from multiple sources i.e. Companies, Customers,
    Vendors within a typical accounting system framework.
     In other words, Calendars can be created with the same capabilities mentioned in this document
    for Companies, Customers and Vendors within the systemís financial framework.
     Users must have the ability to drag and drop events / projects / WBS / tasks for any day, week,
    month or year and complete the entry in the Calendar similar to the Calendar Component in
    Alpha 5.
     Auto email notification of events / projects / WBS / tasks when nearing due dates.
     Users on the same team / group can view the Calendar for all tasks assigned within their team /

  • #2
    Re: Requirements for Building TechCM Calendar in Alpha 5 V11 or higher.pdf 187K

    Look here:

    This may satisfy your needs
    Dave Mason
    Skype is dave.mason46


    • #3
      Re: Requirements for Building TechCM Calendar in Alpha 5 V11 or higher.pdf 187K

      I use Jim's calendar and I pretty much have it doing what you're asking it to do. I haven't had any issues that have stopped me. The calendar works very well. Some of the things that you need can also be done with grids and maybe fusion charting...


      • #4
        Re: Requirements for Building TechCM Calendar in Alpha 5 V11 or higher.pdf 187K

        Thank you everyone for the excellent information !!!


        • #5
          Re: Requirements for Building TechCM Calendar in Alpha 5 V11 or higher.pdf 187K

          I'll add another satisfied customer voice to the mix for Jim's calendar.


          • #6
            Re: Requirements for Building TechCM Calendar in Alpha 5 V11 or higher.pdf 187K

            Agreed, Jim's Calendar and Support for it are top notch.
            Can someone give me some pointers on the following:
            "Auto email notification of events / tasks when nearing due dates."
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