Possible use of the Sceduler

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  1. Jérémy
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    Dec 2013

    Posted 21 Feb Link to this post

    Hi,

     

    It would be possible to use the Scheduler control like something similar to the ones from the attached files? The pictures are taken from this link: https://forecastapp.com/747070/schedule .

    Basicly we would need two Scehuler controls, one with Projects(the data to be grouped in projects and the children of the projects will be the employees) and one with an overview of the Team (the data will be grouped in employees, and the children of the employees will be their projects).

     

    Thanks!

  2. Jérémy
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    Dec 2013

    Posted 21 Feb in reply to Jérémy Link to this post

    I forgot about the attachament.

     

    Here it is.

     

    Thanks,

    Cornel.

  3. Vladimir Iliev
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    Posted 23 Feb Link to this post

    Hello Jérémy,

    I already answered to this query in duplicated support ticket created by you - #1091844 . Please keep in mind that it is highly recommended that you keep related questions in one support thread or a forum post, so that we can easily keep track of your support history and provide better answers in a shorter time.

    For convenience here is the answer from the support thread:

    Basically it's possible to achieve such behavior, however currently there is no such demo which we can provide (building  custom examples by listed customer requirements falls outside the scope of this support service). That why I could only suggest to start implementing it using the Scheduler API and the "How To" section and let us know if you face any difficulties.

    From the provided screenshots the most challenging part of the desired behavior would be deciding how to structure the groups (like "Timeoff"). As the Scheduler does not support different child groups for each parent I would suggest to make groups single level. This means that the groups would look like:

        [Timeoff, Cornel Amarandel, Jeremy..., Devoteam Test]

    The Major groups like "Timeoff" should be without any events and use for example the "slotTemplate" option of the view to render the desired colors for working and off times.


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    Vladimir Iliev
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