Schedule View Features
Presenting data with real life functional interaction increases the utility of an application. Solutions Schedule for Silverlight offers developers a breadth of industry proven features and capabilities that provide for engaging initial first impressions and lasting intuitive navigation.
Drag 'n Drop Scheduling
Dead Zones are areas of the schedule view set at time constraints where resources should not / cannot (as programmed) be scheduled.
- Schedule Object
- Resource List Items
With a simple right mouse click enters the end user into the Edit Mode dialogue presenting seven (7) primary functions:
- Time Bar Items
Custom Time Bar Styles
> Edit - create, move and resize time bars;
Interactive Time Bars
> Erase - delete time bars from a schedule
Custom Time Types
> Select - a multi select tool
Custom Context Menu
> Link - create one to many time bar relationships
> Unlink - remove time bar links
Edit Mode Toolbar
> Split - when one activity needs to be split into one or more
Auto Scroll on Drag
> Guide Line - add guide lines to a schedule for precision alignment
Multi Column Resource List
- Tree structure
- Column Header Definitions
- Item Cell Definitions
- Column Sorting (built-in)
Time Bar Conflicts
Text in Time Bars
Time Bar Images
Time Bar Linking
Guide Lines are objects that may be assigned to a schedule at discrete dates and times providing granular Snap To capability.
Line Item Formatting
Line arrows indicate additional Time Bars, schedule activities, have been set outside of the visible area
Snap to guide lines
Owner Drawn Time Bars
The List Guide is a replicated image of the contents populated in the first column of the Resource List. This shadow image will appear (as programmed) on a click within the schedule area assisting users to accurately place schedule activities and allocate resources.
Owner Drawn Titles
Undo / Redo History
The Map Area presents a condensed view of the primary schedule allowing for easy navigation of large schedule plans.
Multiple Schedules allow for the presentation of schedule objects having the same or other defined time scale.
Schedule Ruler - Time Scale
The Ruler (timeline) displays date and time related elements applicable for a view / views of a schedule. There are two primary elements: The top portion of the Ruler displays Date related details and the lower portion of the Ruler displays the Time Scale or Time Types - typically: hours, days, weeks, years and the Time distance between the major time values. Developer defined custom time values are also supported.
Display contextual information elegantly with Tool Tips. dbiScheduleSL offers a built-in Tool Tip with an open event for creating custom presentations. By default the Tool Tip will respond to these actions:
> Creating a Time Bar
> Changing a Time Bar
> Mousing over a Time Bar
> Mousing over a Schedule Note
> Mousing over a Schedule Guide Line
Schedule area presentations may be further defined using: Alternating line colours, Header colours, colour defined custom areas, Weekend colours and Time lines including the current date time line.
Give scheduling and planning software more detail with unique Schedule Notes
. Customize Note icons to draw attention to important information.
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