So I'm working on a website at the moment, and one of the things I need to do is have an event that allows users to have it to recur from the day it starts but from then on-wards it recurs every day of a weekday (Monday through to Friday) excl. weekends until the event ends. Each day becomes a saved event session. So I'd have to $EventSession->write(); it at the end.
What are some ways to get this going without a hiccup?
I've attached a screenshot to help depict what my situation is.
I've just had a look, unless I'm blind like a bat. I can't find what lets you create events that recur every day except the weekend until the event ends. Could you please give me a bit more help? Thanks! :)
I seemed to have read back on this and I failed to explain much clearly the solution I was looking for. Seemed very vague. My bad!
The website I work on doesn't use the event calendar module as a previously existing system is in place which appears to be successful as a solution.
What I was hoping was that an event session dataobject is created for every day from Monday to Friday from a selected date to the end of the weekday. E.g. Somebody wants to select a weekday recurring event from today (12th January) til Friday (16th January). Or start a weekday recurring event that begins from Thursday (15th January) til like 4th June in example.
All these dataobjects would be written on the spot and not run as a task and not literally created on the day of when such dataobject is needed.
Does this make things much clearer or have I dig a bigger hole? Haha!