Started by Paul the dolphin, October 09, 2014, 10:06:29 PM
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Quote from: Paul the dolphin on October 14, 2014, 02:21:04 PMHi again,I have started trying to understand what you did here and I think I understand how to set the restrictions.
QuoteMost of the non patient restriction stay the same so i wont have to edit them in a new period, which makes me happy.I however don't understand the backup dolphin where you said only 2 or 3 will work, however you inputted for all 4 sessions?
QuoteI tried throwing out all the "patx" and changed the "subjects" to "pat x" however it would not hold. I probably need to adjust all the time constraints right?
QuoteAlso would it be possible to condense printable schedule to something similar as above, so that it displays only 4 timeslots instead of 9 times each one? In other words that the therapist is placed under the the pat and x-axis is tx=4 and y=dolphinsx?
QuoteI would be honored if you would use this problem as a general solution and example, however it is very important to me that in no way any reference is found to "dolphins" or in "dolphins" in combination with "therapist". I would like to keep this a little under the hood if you understand
QuoteFor next period, I am going to try to input the needed variables myself and come back to you how it worked out. Meanwhile the people I work with are very happy so far. This basically frees up over 80 hours a year!If it works out I am going to discuss donation possibilities with my superiors, do you have a donation site?
QuoteThanks again and i will come back to you soon!
Quote from: Paul the dolphin on October 15, 2014, 02:52:06 PMAs discussed I'd like to keep using the non custom version of FET.If you could write an xml program that translates it into a schedule as discussed that would be great, i have no skills in xml at all. Would that program also work with the other "multiple timetable generation? Best would be that the xml program gives an html or processable file (like word or excel) with all the 10 option when the option multiple is used.
QuoteIs that difficult/ time consuming to build?
Quote from: Paul the dolphin on October 17, 2014, 03:48:06 PMmy coworker Ricarda asked me to send you this: