Modifying the Graphical Scheduler Settings

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Modifying the Graphical Scheduler Settings

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This section explains the settings specific to the Graphical Scheduler.

  1. Navigate to “Graphical Scheduler Setup”
  2. Click on the “Show more” link on the Fast Tab
Setting name Description
Data source Row Limit

This is the maximum number of rows for each data source.

Time Divisions

The maximum amount of time divisions that can be displayed. Any value over 100 could cause performance issues.

Filter Mode

This setting will dictate how users access the filters from the Graphical Scheduler and if they would like to have the “Filters” Fast Tab appear or not.

Filter Box: The “Filters” section appears as a Fast Tab on the Graphical Scheduler page. This section has all the parameters of the “Dates and Zoom” action. This includes the “Search” field which allows the user to filter the contents of the Graphical Scheduler.

With this setting, users can add or modify filters only via the “Graphical Scheduler View card”. This is done on the “Configure What Displays In This View” section, in the “Filter” field. Clicking on the three dots will display the Filter page dialog where filters can be added/deleted or modified.

Filter Action: This is the default setting. “Filters” are accessible via the “Filters” action. There is no “Filters” Fast Tab visible on the Graphical Scheduler with this setting.

“Filters” are also accessible via the “Graphical Scheduler View card”. This is done on the “Configure What Displays In This View” section, in the “Filter” field. Clicking on the three dots will display the Filter page dialog where filters can be added/deleted or modified.

Box and Actions: This is the setting is a combination of the two other options. “Filters” are accessible via the “Filters” action.

The “Filters” section also appears as a Fast Tab on the Graphical Scheduler page. This section has all the parameters of the “Dates and Zoom” action. This includes the “Search” field which allows the user to filter the contents of the Graphical Scheduler.

“Filters” are also accessible via the “Graphical Scheduler View card”. This is done on the “Configure What Displays In This View” section, in the “Filter” field. Clicking on the three dots will display the Filter page dialog where filters can be added/deleted or modified.

Date Adjustment Mode

This setting will dictate the behaviour of Graphical Scheduler when the time period is modified. Specifically, the automatic adjustment to the “Start Date” and/or the “End date”.

Minimize as Much as Possible: Allows the time period to shrink without updating the Start and End dates. This option will be faster and less demanding to render on screen.

When the Start date is moved backwards, the End date will automatically adjust backwards to conserve the same time period length.

When the End date is moved forward, the Start date will automatically adjust forward to conserve the same time period length.

Maximize as Much as Possible: Does not allow the time period to shrink. This option will be slower and more demanding to render on screen.

As the Start and End dates are modified forward or backward, both dates will move equally in the same direction.

Adjust Scale: This setting will automatically adjust the time scale of the Graphical Scheduler based on the number of days in the period displayed. The smaller the time period, the smaller the time scale.

As the Start and End dates are modified forward or backward, the time scale used to display might also change.

The user will not be able to specify the time scale with this option.

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