Please contact Administrator (email: email@example.com / ext: 6116)
for any questions that aren't answered here.
How do I create an event?
- First of all, you must be a registered eBPSP user before making any booking.
- In order to create an event, simply clicking on the calendar at the bottom page or clicking on the Floor Map, then the system will redirect you to the Booking Form.
- Fill in all the required information in the booking form.
- Click on Submit button to confirm your booking.
How do I make a recurring event?
Clicking on the desired time brings you into the booking screen.
Select the appropriate Repeat Type. The room will be scheduled
at the same time, until the Repeat End Date, on the days
determined by the Repeat Type.
A Daily repeat schedules every day.
A Weekly repeat schedules those days of the week that you
check under Repeat Day. For example, use Weekly repeat
to schedule the room every Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday; check
those days under Repeat Day. If you check no days under Repeat Day,
the schedule will repeat on the same day of each week as the first
A Monthly repeat schedules the same day of each month,
for example the 15th of the month. If you select the 29th, 30th
or 31st of the month, then for a month where that day does not
exist the last day of that month will be used instead.
A Yearly repeat schedules the same month and day of the month,
for example every March 15th. If you select the 29th February, then
for those years where that date does not exist the 28th February will
be used instead.
Why can't I delete/alter an event?
In order to delete or alter an event, you must be logged in as the
same person that made the event. Contact eBPSP
administrators or the person who initially made the event to
have it deleted or changed.
How do I delete one instance of a recurring event?
Select the day/room/time that you want to delete and select Delete Entry.
How do I schedule rooms at different sites?
You don't. Presently the system cannot book two different rooms simultaneously.
You must schedule each one separately. Make sure that the time you want
is available at both sites before making a booking.
What happens if multiple people schedule the same event?
The short answer is: The first person to click on
the Submit button wins.
Behind the scenes, the system is using a proper multi-user, multi-threaded
relational database than can handle many thousands of simultaneous users.