You want to:
Then this extension is for you.
This extension brings a new Calendar Dashlet which can be added to any Dashboard
From a user perspective
|2019-07-02||2.0.2||- Fix assets being kept in cache|
|2019-06-20||2.0.1|| - Rename dictionnaries files
- Fix script loader when more than one calendar is displayed
- Security hardening
|2018-08-13||2.0.0||New version generic version of the extension, fully customizable without any code.|
It's not possible to display FunctionalCIs at the date of a Change they are linked to. The date field must be an attribute of the displayed object.
Use the Standard installation process for this extension.
Some configuration parameters are available for this extension:
|default_scope_count||Default number of scopes when creating a new dashlet||3|
|max_scope_count||Maximum number of scopes a dashlet can have. This parameter is for all calendar view dashlets.||10|
|default_event_duration||Default duration in minutes for events that have only a start or end date.||30|
|first_day||First day of week. This parameter is for all calendar view dashlets, no matter the user language. Value can be 0 (sunday), 1 (monday), …||1|
|business_hours||Highlighted period of the week in dashlets (events can be created outside this period). A PHP array containing the days_of_week (same pattern as the first_day parameter, default is array(1,2,3,4,5)), start hour (default is 09:00), end hour||18:00|
The Dashlet designer specifies
|Title||Title is displayed on the top banner of the calendar, it can be a dictionary entry eg. UI:RequestMgmtMenuOverview:Title|
|Default display||This is the default display mode, which is used when the dashboard is displayed, the user can still change the display mode, but it is not recorded. Next refresh of the page will restore the default display|
|Scope count||Change this number if you want to define more than 3 groups of objects to display in the same dashlet. It will expend the form with more scopes. When saving empty scopes are ignored|
|Name||Label of the scopes as displayed in the selection bar|
|OQL||An OQL query which must return a single class of objects to display|
|Start date||A mandatory date or date-time field of the above class, which is used as the start time for displaying the object in the calendar.|
|End date||An optional date or date-time field of the above class, which is used as the end time for displaying the object in the calendar.|
|Description||An optional field which value will be displayed in a tooltip while moving your mouse above an object|
|Group by||An optional field to divide your scopes in groups.|
|Items color||A fixed selection of predefined colors, plus an extra “Rainbow (multicolors)”|
dateattribute (without time) is used either the Start date or the End date, the objects are displayed as full-day event in Daily and Weekly display mode.
Group byfield values will displayed under the scope name, hidden by default.
Group byfield is selected, then
Colors modeis useless and “Rainbow (multicolors)” is equivalent to “Orange”.
Here is an example with 2 scopes, both with groups.
Here the display of the same example as below.
The default display mode of our example is a Week
User can decide to hide some of the groups by opening the criteria and un-selecting some groups
User can switch to a different display mode, such as List for a month:
or Month displayed as a table with one row per week and one cell per day:
When there are too many objects in a cell, a number of not-yet-displayed objects is provided and you can click on it to display the complete list of objects for that day.
On any object displayed, moving the mouse over it display a tooltip with