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  1. On a site that lists events, I am using a repeater field 'event_time', which contains two Inputfield Time fields 'event_time_start' and 'event_time_end'. Some events take place multiple times, others just once. Here's an example for the data structure: event1 title: First Event event_time (1): event_time_start: 08:00 event_time_end: 09:00 event2 title: Second Event event_time (1): event_time_start: 08:00 event_time_end: 09:00 event_time (2): event_time_start: 14:00 event_time_end: 18:00 event3 title: Third Event event_time (1): event_time_start: 07:00 event_time_end: 09:30 First, I'd like to generate a list of all events, sorted by event_time_start, with every repeater item added as an actual event (similar to a SQL JOIN clause). The desired output would be: 07:00-09:30 Third Event 08:00-09:00 First Event 08:00-09:00 Second Event 14:00-18:00 Second Event A selector like $pages->find('template=event,event_time.event_time_start!=,sort=event_time.event_time_start'); would only return each event page once: 07:00-09:30 Third Event 08:00-09:00 First Event 08:00-09:00 Second Event without 14:00-18:00 Second Event Is there a possible alteration of the selector to take all different occurrences into account? Also I'd like to filter for events taking place in the morning, using a selector like: $pages->find('template=event,event_time.event_time_start>=06:00,event_time.event_time_start<=12:00,sort=event_time.event_time_start'); However, this would only return each 'event' page, which then contains also the afternoon version of event2. While I have the impression these are rather simple tasks, I struggle finding a selector-based solution to it. In this example on opening times are some similarities, but it does not deal with multiple occurrences. I'd appreciate your ideas to it.
  2. Hello there, Just getting started with processwire for a project. Pretty smooth so far! There is one thing I'm missing is "inline" many-to-many. The ability to add pages 'joined' together similar to symphonys subsection manager http://symphony-cms.com/download/extensions/view/41121/ As if the repeater field would actually adds new instances somewhere else in the hiearchy as well as edit inline. This so that the client wouldn't have to edit bits and pieces of data in different places in the page hierarchy. It seems to me this isn't possible, but perhaps I'm missing something. So I thought I'd check thanks! J
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