Tariffs and Room: cannot be saved or edit

1 year 4 months ago #46602 by tonylao
Dear Jomres Friend,

We upload properties normally but suddenly room type could not be saved!

Does anyone have the similar issue? that Tarriffs and Room section could not be edit or save after using Jomres for sometime? Is it because of the file permission?
as in attached file

Thanks in advance for your kind support!

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1 year 4 months ago #46603 by Rodrigo Rocco
Hi, it's the 1st time I heard about the issue, not idea what could be with out having a look, please raise a support ticket.

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Please don't PM for support, raise a ticket instead. If you need contact me please via my website.TY

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1 year 4 months ago #46604 by tonylao
Dear Rodrigo,

I have already raised the ticket below last a few days ago.
[#QWS-186-98969]: Tariffs and Room: cannot be saved or edit because of license expire? could you take a look at it please?

I bought the license and bought the supporting ticket about 8 or 10 tickets separately. I think about 4-5 ticket left in my supporting package
WE are in process of upload all hotels first, after finishing all hotel, i will renew our license which in next a couple of month.
Thank you for your support.

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