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How Are Environment Booking Conflicts Defined?

Environment booking conflicts are caused by two or more bookings being created for the same Environment or Environment Group during the same time period. Only bookings with a status of Pending will be considered as having a conflict and users can resolve this conflict by either:
  • Approving or rejecting the bookings.
    Or:
  • Modifying the booking dates.

The following bullet points show which status combinations will result in a conflict and which will not:

  • Approved and Approved: No conflict.
  • Approved and Rejected: No conflict.
  • Rejected and Pending: No conflict.
  • Approved and Pending: Only the Pending Environment shows a conflict.
  • Pending and Pending: Both Environments show a conflict.

The following colors represent the combination of status and conflict:

  • Green: Approved.
  • Yellow: Pending without conflicts.
  • Red: Pending with one or more conflicts.
  • Dark Red: Rejected.

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Updated on July 28, 2020

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