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SchedulerBackgroundColor (Function)
In french: PlanningCouleurFond
Defines a background color for a time period in a Scheduler control (time period corresponding to lunch time, a public holiday, etc.).
Caution: The modified background color is not the appointment one but the one of the specified time period.
// November 12, 13 and 14, 2017 will be displayed on a red background
SchedulerBackgroundColor(SCH_MySchedule, "20171012", "20171015", "Room ABC", iLightRed)
SchedulerBackgroundColor(SCH_MySchedule, "20171012", "20171015", "Green room", iLightRed)
SchedulerBackgroundColor(SCH_MySchedule, "20171019", "20171020", "Green Room", iLightGreen)
SchedulerBackgroundColor(SCH_MySchedule, "20171017", "20171019", "", iDarkBlue)
SchedulerBackgroundColor(<Scheduler control> , <Start of time period> , <End of time period> , <Resource> , <Color>)
<Scheduler control>: Control name
Name of the Scheduler control used, found in a window.
<Start of time period>: Character string or DateTime variable
Start date and time of time period to color.
  • If the date format is 00000000HHMMSS, all the days are affected.
  • If the date format is YYYYMMDD, all the hours of the day are affected.
<End of time period>: Character string or DateTime variable
End date and time of time period to color.
<Resource>: Character string
  • Name of resource affected by the change of background color for the time period.
  • Empty string ("") to modify the background color of time period for all resources.
<Color>: Integer or Integer constant
Background color of time period. This color can correspond to:
Remark: If this parameter corresponds to -1 or to the transparent constant, the default background color is restored.
  • The granularity of time period using a specific background color is limited to the granularity of drawing.
  • The time periods must not overlap. Otherwise, the result may differ from the expected one.
Component: wd290mdl.dll
Minimum version required
  • Version 17
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