Support » Plugin: Booking Calendar » Is there a way to store resource data(inventory)

  • Resolved akash2000

    (@akash2000)


    Is there a way to keep track of available resources in the database. Like if there are multiple quantity of the same resource, can we keep track of it in our database?

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  • Plugin Author wpdevelop

    (@wpdevelop)

    Hello.
    Probably you have mean ability to make devastating bookings for the same date(s) in the same calendar (booking resource), depend from the capacity of booking resource.
    If you need to make the specific number of bookings per days, then you need to check the Booking Calendar Business Large version, where is possible to make several reservations per specific FULL date(s) by visitors (not time slots). Please read more about it here https://wpbookingcalendar.com/overview/#capacity
    You can test it in the live demo here https://bl.wpbookingcalendar.com/
    Watch video about this feature here https://wpbookingcalendar.com/help/availability-capacity-video-overview/
    At this version possible to set capacity of the booking resource, so date(s) in calendar will be available until number of reservations is less then capacity of the booking resource. But its possible to make booking only for FULL date, not a time slots (time slots in this version only saved as data into database, but do not apply to availability logic).
    Highly recommend, to check this article about configuration of capacity and availability for booking resources: https://wpbookingcalendar.com/faq/capacity-concept/
    Kind Regards.

    Thanks a lot for the quick reply.
    Regards

    What I actually wanted to know was, if I’m renting a specific product for additional price with a room and have multiple quantity of the same product, is there a way to keep track of that product in my inventory?

    Plugin Author wpdevelop

    (@wpdevelop)

    Hello.
    If you need some connection depend from the number of booked booking resources to some other your own database, so unfortunately it’s does not possible with plugin. Sorry.
    Kind Regards.

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