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Allow shows to be associated with more than one society #191

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hoyes opened this Issue Oct 4, 2014 · 1 comment

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hoyes commented Oct 4, 2014

At the moment, each show can have 0 or 1 societies attached. It would be nice if more than one could be associated (e.g. when a show is co-funded).

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  • DB changes - there'll have to be an extra link table as shows <> societies will become a many-to-many mapping
  • Make show pages display the multiple societies in a list
  • UI changes to the add/edit show form

In the past this has been solved by storing the 2 society names as raw text and omitting the links to the individual societies. Even though this is still a fairly rare scenario (maybe once a term), it's arguably more a problem now that we have proper society pages and an API, as it would be annoying if the show wasn't included in both societies' feeds.

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philosophicles commented Jul 9, 2018

@GKFX I've added this to the DB structural changes project, this is a super-long-standing request/desire and one that actually comes up on a fairly regular basis in production usage of the site.

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Multiple societies #536

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