I was not aware of this. I figured they would also need to be administrators. So I can't limit it to just administrators? Maybe I am looking at this the wrong way. It is giving me brain cramps.aebrown wrote:I've done a bit more research, and here's my analysis of what you are seeing. Please let me know if this sounds correct.
- ... stake calendar editors have the right to schedule an event on top of a Reservation assigned to the stake unit.
aebrown wrote: Had there been a conflicting Event (not Reservation), a conflict would have been reported for them
This is not what I found. Here are my findings. Take a look at this new attachment.
All other unit reservations work as expected. I continue to have problems when defining the stake
- Reserved the unit “Layton Utah Northridge Stake” for the entire day 16 Dec 2011.
- Event scheduled from 7 to 8 am in cultural hall, by member #1 who has rights to edit a stake calendar but is not an administrator. Expected = conflict message not allowing the event to be scheduled. Actual result = "You successfully saved ...". CORRECTION: AFTER READING AEBROWN’S COMMENT THIS IS THE CORRECT BEHAVIOR. I THOUGHT THEY REQUIRED ADMINISTRATOR RIGHTS.
- Member #1 then scheduled a second event in cultural hall from 3:15 to 10:15 am. Expected = conflict message with first scheduled event. Actual = “You successfully saved …”; No conflict.. double booked events.
- Member #2 scheduled event in cultural hall from 4 to 5 am. Expected = conflict message. Actual result = "You successfully saved ..."