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Functions for managing Scheduler controls (prefix syntax)
The following functions are used to manage Scheduler controls (prefix syntax):
<Scheduler>.AddAppointmentAdds a new appointment into a Scheduler control.
<Scheduler>.AddResourceAdds a new resource into a Scheduler control.
<Scheduler>.ChangeModeModifies the period (which means the number of days) displayed by a Scheduler control.
<Scheduler>.DateVisibleMakes a day visible or invisible in a Scheduler control.
<Scheduler>.DeleteAllDeletes all appointments and all resources from a Scheduler control.
<Scheduler>.DeleteAppointmentDeletes an appointment from a Scheduler control.
<Scheduler>.DeleteResourceDeletes a resource from a Scheduler control.
<Scheduler>.DisplayReinitializes the content of a Scheduler control from its data source (HFSQL file for example).
<Scheduler>.DisplayNextPeriodMoves the time area displayed on the next area (next weeks for example) in a Scheduler control.
<Scheduler>.DisplayPreviousPeriodMoves the time area displayed on the previous area (previous weeks for example) in a Scheduler control.
<Scheduler>.InfoXYReturns the appointment, the resource or the date found at given position in a Scheduler control.
  • the list of appointments found between two dates in a Scheduler control,
  • all the appointments found in a Scheduler control,
  • a specific appointment (selected or hovered).
<Scheduler>.PositionDateTimeDisplays a Scheduler control from a specified date or returns the date of the first day (or last day) displayed in a Scheduler control.
<Scheduler>.PositionResourceDisplays a given resource in a Scheduler control or returns the position of first visible resource in a Scheduler control.
<Scheduler>.SelectMinusDeselects an appointment from a Scheduler control.
<Scheduler>.SelectPlusSelects an appointment in a Scheduler control.
<Scheduler>.TimeDisplayedDefines the time range displayed by the Scheduler control in Day mode or in Week mode.
Related Examples:
WD Schedule Complete examples (WINDEV): WD Schedule
[ + ] This example presents the management of a graphic schedule.

The following topics are presented in this example:
1/ the scheduler control
2/ the Google Calendar functions
The Scheduler control Unit examples (WEBDEV): The Scheduler control
[ + ] This example explains how to use the Scheduler control. Two uses are presented:
- Filling the schedule by programming,
- Filling the schedule by databinding from a code variable.
WW_Organizer Training (WEBDEV): WW_Organizer
[ + ] The WW_Organizer example is an example for using the Organizer control of WEBDEV.
WW_Schedule Complete examples (WEBDEV): WW_Schedule
[ + ] This example is used to dynamically display the tasks of the different contributors.
You have the ability to add, modify or delete tasks by clicking the schedule elements.
All the operations are performed via AJAX.
This example is also used to move a control by programming.
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