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Dennis @ PerfectForms
The short answer is yes. You can definitely create a scheduling system to manage use of an asset. I am setting you up a bit with that answer because there are several different ways to accomplish the task.
One common method is to create a form that contains the available time slots for the asset. You can create different instances for different periods of time (day, week, etc…) depending on your process. Then a second form is the interface for the user. When the second form opens it connects to the first form and returns available time slots. When a time slot is chosen, it once again connects to the first form so the time slot can be “reserved” in the first form. This is of course a very general description of how to manage your process, not a detailed guide.
For information on how to set up a forms connection, please see the following section on our help guide: http://www.perfectforms.com/Documentation/manual/html/?defining_a_perfectforms_connec.htm
For information on how to use a connection in a form, please refer to the following section: http://www.perfectforms.com/Documentation/manual/html/?how_a_form_calls_the_connectio.htm