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On September 8, 2017 at 0:14 PM, SoccerGuy3 said:

Working on the detail page now and having a problem getting the date/time of the event to show on the page. If my page array contains this:


[calev_datetime] => {"startDate":1504821600,"endDate":false,"dates":["W36/07/Thu/Sep/2017",...,"W19/07/Wed/May/2025"],"excluded":[],"active":false,"showResults":false,"rrule":"WKST=MO;FREQ=DAILY;DTSTART=20170907T150000Z;INTERVAL=1"}

How can I get the date to output to the page like: 09/07/2017 3:00 pm? I've tried various bits and pieces to get at the startDate or the DTSTART, but always end up with a nothing on screen (in that area).

$event = $recurme->event($page); then use $event->orig_date

Page/$event
	->template
	->orig_date
	->original
		->getDates()
	->start_date
	->dates_count
	->end_date
	->rrule
	->title
	->timestamp
	->time
	->date
	->day
	->month
	->year
	->hour
	->minute
	->second
	->ampm
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Answer was actually in the FAQ! :) 

Ajax is not working.

Please make sure that your site contains a hidden page home/recurme-ajax/ using the template "recurme-ajax" and that you have a matching file in your site/templates/ folder. IF for some reason this file is missing, you can copy the template file from the InputfieldRecur/templates/recurme-ajax.php.

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2 hours ago, joshuag said:

$event = $recurme->event($page); then use $event->orig_date


Page/$event
	->template
	->orig_date
	->original
		->getDates()
	->start_date
	->dates_count
	->end_date
	->rrule
	->title
	->timestamp
	->time
	->date
	->day
	->month
	->year
	->hour
	->minute
	->second
	->ampm

I tried that:

                        $event = $recurme->event($page);
                        echo $event->orig_date . 'x';


But all that outputs to the screen is the "X".

I "solved" it temporarily with:

                        $dates = $page->getDates();
                        foreach($dates as $key=>$date){
                            $evDate = date('F j, Y \a\t g:i A', $date);
                            }

Which isn't going to work I suspect long term.

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On 08/09/2017 at 9:27 AM, joshuag said:

I am trying to solve this problem. I cannot reproduce the error. Making it a bit hard to debug.  I tried removing the circular reference to what modules each file installs. Made no difference to me. 

@Robin S any other ideas? 

@joshuag, I think I have fixed the uninstallation issue. I found a few other issues in the module code too - I will PM you with the details.

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6 minutes ago, SoccerGuy3 said:

My client wants to print the page with the Calendar Grid. When you print, the grid prints, but not the individual items. Anyone run across this?

Update: Appears to be browser specific. 

Mac Chrome: Grid only, no details

Mac FF: Everything prints.

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I was working on a development site (ProcessWire 3.0.75 and PHP 7.0) and downloaded a copy of Recurme to use.  Once I got the module installed, I was confronted with a non-working site.  I SFTP'd to the site and removed the Recurme module.  I was still confronted with the following error:

rm-error1.thumb.png.ee544e65d1d429c996e99df58629164e.png

I was able to revert to a previous version of ProcessWire (3.0.62), which allowed me administrative access to the site again.

rm-error2.png.d8bd2c6928cfe3cc5b651027068dc5b1.png

I haven't had this occur before, so I was a little surprised when I lost all access to the site.  I had good backups, however I was glad I was able to downgrade the ProcessWire version to regain access.  It took awhile to remove all traces of Recurme from the site, however things seem to be back to normal.

Anything information that you could provide on how to get Recurme working or where I possibly went wrong, would be greatly appreciated.

Best Regards,

Charles

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6 minutes ago, cstevensjr said:

I was still confronted with the following error:

rm-error1.thumb.png.ee544e65d1d429c996e99df58629164e.png

That error from the Repeater module looks like the same thing I raised a GitHub issue for recently, so there's a good chance it relates to PW's caching of module data rather than Recurme specifically. Ryan has pushed a fix for the issue to the dev branch.

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6 minutes ago, Robin S said:

hat error from the Repeater module looks like the same thing I raised a GitHub issue for recently, so there's a good chance it relates to PW's caching of module data rather than Recurme specifically. Ryan has pushed a fix for the issue to the dev branch.

Thanks for speaking up about this.

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I could not find a way to get the value of the "all day" checkbox and found out that its state is hard-coded (checked) in InputfieldRecurme.module. I need to differentiate between "all day" and "normal" events and output them differently on a clients website. Could you please implement something like a $event->allDay property?

Thanks!

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@joshuag Early on in the thread you mentioned a work-in-progress fix for the 2800 event limit, and also about a more elegant update feature when adding exclusions. Any update on this? I've scanned the posts in the rest of the thread but might have missed it. Have these issues been addressed in the current version?

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I'm having a similar problem to SoccerGuy above.
All I'm trying to do is display the start date of an event on the event's page, and I can't help feeling this shouldn't be this hard. What have I missed?

Experiment 1 -

$content .= $recurme->renderEvent($page); 

This returns 

<li><a href="?date=" title="Test Event 1">Test Event 1</a></li>

where Test Event 1 is the title of the current page. 

Experiment 2 - 

$rcoptions = ['timeFormat'	=> 'g:i a',
'dateFormat' 	=> 'M d, Y @ g:i a',
'dayFormat'		=> 'd',
'monthFormat'	=> 'M',
'yearFormat'	=> 'Y',
'hourFormat'	=> 'g',
'minuteFormat'	=> 'i',
'secondFormat'	=> 's',
'ampmFormat'	=> 'a',
'xBefore' 		=> 'TEST',
'xItem'			=> '{time} &bull; <a href="{link}" title="{timestamp}">ABCDEF{timestamp}</a>',
'xAfter'		=> ''];
$content .= $recurme->renderEvent($page, $rcoptions); 

This returns the same thing as the first experiment, apparently ignoring the $rcoptions object I passed in. Note that I attempted to change the xItem element, but no joy.

Experiment 3

$event = $recurme->event($page);
$content .= "Event: " . $event;
$content .= "Orig Date: " . $event->orig_date;

This outputs Event: and Orig Date: strings, but nothing else.

Clearly I have no idea what I'm doing - any guidance appreciated.

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On 19/12/2017 at 10:56 PM, netcarver said:

@joshuag Early on in the thread you mentioned a work-in-progress fix for the 2800 event limit, and also about a more elegant update feature when adding exclusions. Any update on this? I've scanned the posts in the rest of the thread but might have missed it. Have these issues been addressed in the current version?

+1

I would be interested as well.

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On 1/3/2018 at 5:34 PM, Smoo said:

I'm having a similar problem to SoccerGuy above.
All I'm trying to do is display the start date of an event on the event's page, and I can't help feeling this shouldn't be this hard. What have I missed?

Experiment 1 -


$content .= $recurme->renderEvent($page); 

This returns 


<li><a href="?date=" title="Test Event 1">Test Event 1</a></li>

where Test Event 1 is the title of the current page. 

Experiment 2 - 


$rcoptions = ['timeFormat'	=> 'g:i a',
'dateFormat' 	=> 'M d, Y @ g:i a',
'dayFormat'		=> 'd',
'monthFormat'	=> 'M',
'yearFormat'	=> 'Y',
'hourFormat'	=> 'g',
'minuteFormat'	=> 'i',
'secondFormat'	=> 's',
'ampmFormat'	=> 'a',
'xBefore' 		=> 'TEST',
'xItem'			=> '{time} &bull; <a href="{link}" title="{timestamp}">ABCDEF{timestamp}</a>',
'xAfter'		=> ''];
$content .= $recurme->renderEvent($page, $rcoptions); 

This returns the same thing as the first experiment, apparently ignoring the $rcoptions object I passed in. Note that I attempted to change the xItem element, but no joy.

Experiment 3

On 1/3/2018 at 5:34 PM, Smoo said:

I'm having a similar problem to SoccerGuy above.
All I'm trying to do is display the start date of an event on the event's page, and I can't help feeling this shouldn't be this hard. What have I missed?

Experiment 1 -



$content .= $recurme->renderEvent($page); 

This returns 



<li><a href="?date=" title="Test Event 1">Test Event 1</a></li>

where Test Event 1 is the title of the current page. 

Experiment 2 - 



$rcoptions = ['timeFormat'	=> 'g:i a',
'dateFormat' 	=> 'M d, Y @ g:i a',
'dayFormat'		=> 'd',
'monthFormat'	=> 'M',
'yearFormat'	=> 'Y',
'hourFormat'	=> 'g',
'minuteFormat'	=> 'i',
'secondFormat'	=> 's',
'ampmFormat'	=> 'a',
'xBefore' 		=> 'TEST',
'xItem'			=> '{time} &bull; <a href="{link}" title="{timestamp}">ABCDEF{timestamp}</a>',
'xAfter'		=> ''];
$content .= $recurme->renderEvent($page, $rcoptions); 

This returns the same thing as the first experiment, apparently ignoring the $rcoptions object I passed in. Note that I attempted to change the xItem element, but no joy.

Experiment 3



$event = $recurme->event($page);
$content .= "Event: " . $event;
$content .= "Orig Date: " . $event->orig_date;

This outputs Event: and Orig Date: strings, but nothing else.

Clearly I have no idea what I'm doing - any guidance appreciated.

This outputs Event: and Orig Date: strings, but nothing else.

Clearly I have no idea what I'm doing - any guidance appreciated.

I must not be the only one. I've tried all of the above and emailed. Any help would be appreciated

$event = $recurme->event($page);

I try to output any thing and it's blank.

 

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19 hours ago, SC24 said:

I must not be the only one. I've tried all of the above and emailed. Any help would be appreciated

$event = $recurme->event($page);

I try to output any thing and it's blank.

 

$event = $recurme->event($page); is 100% correct way to get the event. However, you must have a recurme field with an event for it to return anything. After that, you can access all your fields for that $page as 

$event->orignal->title (or whatever field you have)

Hope this helps,

- Joshua

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2 hours ago, joshuag said:

$event = $recurme->event($page); is 100% correct way to get the event. However, you must have a recurme field with an event for it to return anything. After that, you can access all your fields for that $page as 

$event->orignal->title (or whatever field you have)

Hope this helps,

- Joshua

My admin side looks like the attached image.

On the front end I am calling:

doman/events/library/ready-to-learn-story-time-multi/?date=1517514600

$event = $recurme->event($page);

The following outputs nothing:

echo $event->title;

echo $event->original->title;

...etc.

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OK - I have found a temporary solution...I have found that if I set the event to recurring, then the data is output as normal. If I leave it as a single event, that is when my data comes back blank.

I replaced my code with the module file that Josh added on page 2, however, that made all my events recurring regardless if it was active or not(but fields were showing values).

So, now I am using the default code that came with the module(not page 2 code). Except on my event detail page, I am using the $page object. From there I am using json_decode($page->Recurme_Field), then outputting my fields from there.

 

detail page sample:

$o = json_decode($page->Recurme_Field);
echo $page->title ."<br/>";
echo date('M d, Y g:i A', $o->startDate) . "<br/>";
echo date('M d, Y g:i A', strtotime($page->Recurme_End_Date_Time)) . "<br/>";
echo $page->Recurme_Location . "<br/>";
echo $page->Recurme_Details;
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