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OLD TARIFF CONFIUGRATED - HOW TO RECOVER

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1 month 3 weeks ago #47145 by webaza
Hi, i have a problem.

I have setted a lot of tarif for each property, but the tariff every time the month finish, dont show in the page of property.
In backend i see the tarif but if i click on edit, i cant change becouse the mount are finished.

There are any possibility to use the tarif of 2018 in 2019?

Thanks in advance
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1 month 2 weeks ago #47154 by Vince Wooll
In the administrator area of Jomres check for a red warning about the max_input_vars php setting. If that isn't being shown, in the frontend Property Configuration page check to see what the "Years to show" setting in the Micromanage config tab is set to.

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1 month 2 weeks ago #47158 by webaza
I changed the years to show, but the problem persist.

When i edit an old tarif like june 2018, i cannot see the mount of june but i see only the monts starting from this (October).
I need to reuse the june 2018 tarif for exaple to june 2019. How i can do?

Regards
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1 month 1 week ago #47160 by José Luis
Hi Webaza, first, change your tariff mode to Advanced
A tariff have two fields: "Valid from" and "Valid to", if your tariff is configured from 01/Ag/2018 to 31/Ag/2018, just change the fields to 2019.
It should be all. Let me know if this work for you ;-)
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1 month 5 days ago #47165 by webaza
Hi Vince, i tried the process mentioned from Jose,
but when i change to advanced and i go to tariff it show:

pat-Warning: Path to template is not set.
Related to /var/jomres/core-plugins/advanced_micromanage_tariff_editing_modes/templates/bootstrap3
Backtrace of files
j06002list_tariffs_advanced.class.php on line 148
jomres.php on line 277
jomres.php on line 63
ComponentHelper.php on line 381
ComponentHelper.php on line 356
SiteApplication.php on line 194
SiteApplication.php on line 233
CMSApplication.php on line 267

whats up?
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1 month 4 days ago #47166 by Vince Wooll
Are you saying that you'd like to view historic tariffs?

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1 month 4 days ago #47168 by webaza
Yes and edit it, changing year for example from 2018 to 2019
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1 month 4 days ago #47169 by Vince Wooll
I haven't tried this, but this is what I suggestion you look at editing j06002edit_tariff_micromanage.class.php and look at circa L167

It says

$firstMonth = $today;

Try changing that to

$firstMonth = 0;

Instead. That might work.

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1 month 4 days ago #47170 by webaza
Hi Vince, it work and i can see the tariff of mount passed.
But i have a lot of properties with a lot of tariff, so i decided to download the table jomres_rates and change simply the year there.

Thanks a lot for your help
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1 month 4 days ago #47171 by Vince Wooll
Great, glad it worked for you.

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