An Event “Detail View”: “Online 2” page can be accessed by expanding the Events folder in the “Module Explorer,” opening the Events module, selecting an Event and selecting the “Online 2” page in the Event “Detail View.”
The “Online 2” page of an Event “Detail View” contains controls for configuring the displayed registration and contact information of the Event’s online listing.
NOTE: This functionality is only available if the database from which you are working is internet enabled. For questions regarding this, please contact Chamber Data Systems, Inc.
- “Include registration info”
- “Registration Info”
- “Caption for link to registration form”
- “Include contact info”
- Events menu
- Output menu
“Include registration info”
Used to indicate whether or not to include registration information for the event within the Online Calendar of Events.
Text which displays to the left of the registration information. This is a descriptive label for the registration in the event’s online listing. If nothing is entered in this text box the “Sub-heading” will default to “Registration.”
Text box used to enter and provide information regarding an event registration.
“Caption for link to registration form”
The text of the link to the registration form in the event’s online listing.
“Registration form text”
Text box which can be used to display additional information or instructions at the top of a “Registration Form.”
“E-mail registration form to”
The e-mail address to which a notification containing all of the registrant’s information will be sent when someone registers for the event online. The e-mail entered here is typically the chamber event administrator.
“Include contact info”
Used to include or not include contact information for the event.
Text which displays to the left of the event administrator’s contact information. This is a descriptive label for the contact information in the event’s online listing.
The full name of the person a member or non-member may contact at the chamber for the event.
The phone number of the chamber contact person for the event.
The e-mail address of the person who is the contact for the event
If an event was created using an Event Template, this setting allows a user to override and customize the information.
The Events menu is discussed in “Working within a module.” It also includes the following items:
Choosing “New Row” creates a new blank event record. Enter the desired information manually or retrieve an Event Template into the event record to populate the information for a new recurring event.
NOTE: If you create an event in the Events module by retrieving an Event Template into the event, all text boxes will have the override option selected by default. Therefore, you will need to deselect the override option or enter information in each text box. Therefore, it is recommended that if a user is creating a recurring event, this be done from the Event Template module.
Choosing “Delete Row” deletes the currently selected or “highlighted” event record. Choose this item if you want to delete an existing record, and/or if you inadvertently chose the “New Row” item and unintentionally created a new blank record. (Note: A deleted event cannot be “undeleted.” Therefore, be certain that you want to delete it before doing so.)
Choosing this menu item displays a selection dialog box from which you can choose procedures that are implemented as “installed options.”
Choosing this menu item provides access to different event related reports. There are three output categories to choose from: “Events Listing,” “Events Calendar” and “Other.”
Choosing this menu item displays the “Print Event Listing” dialog box, which has three tabbed pages: “Data Components,” “Event Filters,” and “Order.” Use the “Data Components” page to specify which data items will be included in the report. Use the “Event Filter” page and the “Order” page to specify which events will be included and in what order they will displayed. For more information, see “Creating output.“
Choosing this menu item displays the “Print Events Calendar” dialog box. Use the “Event Filter” page to specify which events will be printed. For more information, see “Creating output.“
Choosing this menu item displays a selection dialog box from which you can choose any other outputs that are implemented as “installed options.”
Other outputs are also available in the Attendee level of an Event which can be accessed by “drilling down” into an Attendee “Detail View” of an event from an Event’s Attendee Roster page.