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auto_reply [2011/06/30 10:22]
ramonturner
auto_reply [2011/07/06 13:15] (current)
paul
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 While it is obviously possible that a user may enter values into weekday_number, start_time, end_time, start_date, end_date fields that may make that particular constrains impossible to execute, we are not (at this stage) concerned with whether the combination is possible or not. Later, much much later, after this functionality added into DBMail and it has matured well enough, further code can be added to tell the user if his/her constarints are meaningful or not. Or we can go a little further and show the user a graphical screen displaying what action will be taken and when. Pipe dream :-) While it is obviously possible that a user may enter values into weekday_number, start_time, end_time, start_date, end_date fields that may make that particular constrains impossible to execute, we are not (at this stage) concerned with whether the combination is possible or not. Later, much much later, after this functionality added into DBMail and it has matured well enough, further code can be added to tell the user if his/her constarints are meaningful or not. Or we can go a little further and show the user a graphical screen displaying what action will be taken and when. Pipe dream :-)
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