Dates Outside Seasons
Dates outside of seasons occur when not all of your calendars are coloured in with your seasonal dates i.e. there is a gap on the calendar
From Calendar > Tariff Schemes > Display Calendar identify which Season should be used to fill the gap by looking at the list below the calendar which gives the dates that are not filled in followed by the Seasons either side of the gap.
Gaps on the calendar can be filled by clicking on the edit or extend button next to the relevant season. The Edit button takes you to the Season page where you can edit the Starts on and Change Over dates. The Extend button automatically extends the dates on the calendar to the next season and updates the Seasons page with the new dates. In most instances using the Extend button is the fastest way to fill gaps on the calendar
Dates overlap on the calendar when you have used the same or overlapping dates across one or more seasons when you have set up your dates for your Seasons. The Calendar does not display the overlap, it displays the Season with the higher priority. However you are alerted to any overlaps underneath the calendar.
From Calendar > Tariff Schemes > Display Calendar identify which Seasons overlap by looking at the list below the calendar which shows the Season with the higher priority displaying the overlapping dates, followed by the Season that has the conflicting or overlapping dates.
Click the button with the Season Name if you need to change the priority Season’s dates or the Edit button to change the dates of the other Season
Optionally, you can also edit the dates of a season by clicking on a date on the calendar that is coloured in for the particular season.
The Fix All option allows you to fill in all gaps with your nominated season (usually Off Peak). This saves you having to enter your date pairs for your Low or Off Peak season.
Once you have entered all other seasonal dates go to Calendar > Tariff Schemes > Display Calendar and use the Fix All button to fill all gaps on the calendar with the your Low or Off Peak season