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    Hi all,

    Just though I’d throw this one out there, I’ve created a graphical input that I want to use as a booking / availability input :

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    Basically names down the left dates along the top and you click and choose a status for given date… The front end works OK, little buggy at the moment but generally OK…

    The only way I can see to store all the info in a SQL database is literally enter all names all dates and all status’s. Problem is this seems really long winded, messy and unnecessary, and on top of that reading the data back would be just nasty. I just wondered if anyone can suggest a better method for storing such info or how it should done??

    Thanks

    Dave

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