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Stored procedures
Allows you to indicate the specific working hours per day in a Scheduler control. This time period can be specified:
  • for the morning.
  • for the afternoon.
The time periods can be defined per day of the week.
Example
// From 9:00 to 12:00 then from 13:40 to 19:15
SchedulerWorkingHour(SCH_MySchedule, "0900", "1200", "1330", "1915")

// No appointment on Monday morning
SchedulerWorkingHour(SCH_MySchedule, "1330", "1915", "", "", 1)
Syntax
SchedulerWorkingHour(<Scheduler control> , <Morning start time> , <Morning end time> [, <Afternoon start time> [, <Afternoon end time> [, <Day of week>]]])
<Scheduler control>: Control name
Name of Scheduler control to use.
<Morning start time>: Time or Character string
Start time of morning (in "HHMM" format).
<Morning end time>: Time or Character string
End time of morning (in "HHMM" format).
<Afternoon start time>: Time or Optional character string
Start time of afternoon (in "HHMM" format)
<Afternoon end time>: Time or Optional character string
End time of afternoon (in "HHMM" format).
<Day of week>: Optional integer
Indicates the number of the day affected by the specified schedules:
  • 1 for Monday,
  • 2 for Tuesday,
  • 3 for Wednesday,
  • 4 for Thursday,
  • 5 for Friday,
  • 6 for Saturday,
  • 7 for Sunday.
If this parameter is not specified or if it is set to 0, the definition of working hours is applied to all days of the week.
Remarks
  • The working hours are highlighted by a different color. This color is chosen in the style options of the control.
  • SchedulerWorkingHour replaces the working hours defined by ..WorkingHourStart and ..WorkingHourEnd.
Component : wd250mdl.dll
Minimum version required
  • Version 22
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