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From Maxim Solodovnik <>
Subject Re: control resource usage on calandar event and room creation
Date Fri, 25 Jan 2013 03:05:57 GMT
Are you writing your own UI for OM?
On Jan 25, 2013 1:58 AM, "Vieri" <> wrote:

> Hi,
> I'm trying to setup OM in a way as to control overall usage and avoid
> excesses.
> Simple scenario: I want users to be able to login and create any type of
> conference rooms and events via calendar. However, I'd like OM to run some
> checks right before creating a new room and before creating a calendar
> event.
> For example, right before a user tries to create a new room via web UI I'd
> like OM to count the number of rooms in total (something like SELECT
> COUNT(id) FROM rooms...) and if there are more than an admin-defined
> maximum, deny its creation and notify the user. How could I perform this
> simple check?
> Another example would be that whenever a user creates a calendar event
> for, say, a 25-particpants conference for Jan. 28th 2013 from 8am to 11am
> then OM should check and count how many other events are programmed for
> that day and hour span. For example, if there are other 3 conferences with
> max 25 participants programmed for 01/28/2013, one from 9am to 10am,
> another from 10am to 10:30am and another from 8am to 9am and if the
> admin-defined "max number of participants at a time" is, say, 75 then OM
> should deny the creation of the calendar event (or any other conference for
> that time span, even via SOAP requests).
> I'd like to have this feature in order to control resource consumption as
> in CPU and network usage.
> Is this already possible? How?
> If not, could you give me any clues as to how and where to start hacking
> the source code?
> Thanks,
> Vieri

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