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Elko asked on 11 May 2015, 12:34 PM

Hi,

we ware using the gantt-chart which has on the right side a two-level header. I mean depending on the choosen view (.e.g. month) in the first row are the months shown and in the second row are the weeks.

But what we need is a three-level header: The first row shows the years, then the months and the third row shows the weeks.

Is this possible?

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Dimitar Terziev
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answered on 12 May 2015, 08:53 AM
Hi,

In order to achieve the desired layout you could create custom view, please refer to the following how-to help article for more information on the matter.

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answered on 12 May 2015, 11:07 AM

Dear Dimitar!

thanks for information. I had a closer look at the customviews. They offer some flexibility ... but I'm not sure whether they could solve my problem finally. The requierement is to show three levels:

* year

* month

* calendar week

 Year and month is easy, but the calendar week seems to be a challenge concerning the layout. The count of weeks of a year could differ - 54 or 53. And the count of weeks per month is not always the same. Any ideas about how to solve that?

Best Regards!

 

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Dimitar Terziev
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answered on 14 May 2015, 01:12 PM
Hi,

Here is a dojo snippet showing how to extend the custom view in order to achieve the desired functionality.

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