Question about how to show configured rooms and tariffs

3 weeks 3 days ago - 3 weeks 2 days ago #47304 by joejoe2016
I've got a question: If I add a new property then jomres suggests to add rooms/tarifs. If I click on it then I can add a room, tarif and number of maximum people. If I click save I'm redirected to the same Add-rooms page (https://xxx/uebersicht?tmpl=jomres&lang=de&task=edit_tariffs_normal). How can I see all the rooms/tarifs I configured for a property?
If I click on Settings -> Preise&Zimmer I'm also directed to the same page (https://xxx/uebersicht?tmpl=jomres&lang=de&task=edit_tariffs_normal) where I can add new rooms.

Last edit: 3 weeks 2 days ago by joejoe2016.
3 weeks 2 days ago #47305 by Rodrigo Rocco
Hi, because you are running Jomres with normal tariff mode the rooms and tariffs are in the same place.

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3 weeks 2 days ago #47307 by joejoe2016
Hi Rodrigo,
thanks for your quick answer.
My problem is not that rooms and tariffs are in the same place but that I can't see the rooms and tariffs I created.
I can create a room and tariff configuration. (see the following pictures)

But what I don't get is an overview over all the rooms and tariffs like this one

What can I do to see the overview?
2 weeks 3 days ago #47312 by Vince Wooll
That's because the property you are configuring is an apartment/villa type property. In Jomres-speak it's an SRP

You need to be editing an MRP to be able to have more than one room type.

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2 weeks 1 day ago #47331 by joejoe2016
Hi Vince,
thank you very much. That did the trick.


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