Question about Rentals (in General)
"Invalid period/count. TOTAL (period * count) duration must be less than 1 month, and more than 1 day"
I dont get this statment that the rental thing gives me when i enter these times in...
- 10 rentals of
- - Period : 3 Days
Now last time i checked, both those times are under one month and are sure as heck over 1 day. (Excluding February).... But why does it bring this up when i put those times in, and does this rule have to be set in place? Why does it have to be under a month?
Like theres no "Time <= Month"
It strictly has to be "Time < Month" ?
December 24 2005 7:13 PM EST
10 * 3 = 30 days of which you make it available
OR 4 weeks which would be 28 days
28 < 30 which makes it invalid.
make it 10 rentals of 3 days or 4 weeks and you are fine.
December 24 2005 9:49 PM EST
shade, you just told him to do what he did in the first place :P
December 25 2005 8:36 AM EST
he wanted an explanation, I tried to give one...
But, when i put those numbers in it brings up that error at the top.
Perhaps trying 9 rentals at 3 days for 4 weeks would be the better option. That would give an extra day but since rentals don't always go right away that extra day worth of time would allow for the rental to sit a little bit and possibly get all 9 rentals taken. IMO not having some extra time given between rentals is a waste since if it sits for an hour then you lose on a rental but are still paying for it in a sense.
December 25 2005 6:17 PM EST
logan is right, i was wrong in my thinking.
the maximum duration should be higher than the combined loaning time i think. :)
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