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Adds a task in a Gantt Chart column in a Table or TreeView Table control.
Example
NewTask is GanttTask
 
// Configures the task
NewTask.ID = GetIdentifier()
NewTask.Row = 1
NewTask.Progress = 50
NewTask.StartDate = Today()
NewTask.DurationInDay = 1
NewTask.Title = "New task"
 
// Adds the task
GanttAddTask(COL_Gantt, NewTask)
Syntax

Adding an appointment into a Gantt chart by using the GanttTask type Hide the details

GanttAddTask(<Gantt column> , <Task>)
<Gantt column>: Control name
Name of the Gantt Chart column (in a Table or TreeView Table control) to be used.
<Task>: GanttTask variable
Name of the GanttTask variable that describes the characteristics of the task to add.
Remarks
  • The new task is added then it is displayed.
  • The task can be retrieved in a GanttTask variable by using GanttGetTask:
    <Variable name> <- GanttGetTask(<Gantt column>, <Identifier>)

    where Identifier is the identifier of the task to retrieve.
    For example:
    // Modify a task
    MyTask is GanttTask
    MyTask <- GanttGetTask(COL_Gantt, "ID1")
    MyTask.Progress = 70
    MyTask.ProgressColor = LightGreen

    As the task is retrieved by the <- operator, the modifications performed on the GanttTask variable will be automatically applied to the Gantt chart.
    You also have the ability to retrieve a task by using the following syntax:
    <Variable name> <- <Gantt column>["<Identifier>"]

    For example:
    t <-COL_Gantt["ID1"]
    t.BackgroundColor = LightBlue
  • A WLanguage error occurs if the task has no identifier or if this identifier already exists.
Business / UI classification: UI Code
Component: wd270mdl.dll
Minimum version required
  • Version 19
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