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extensions:combodo-calendar-view [2019/06/25 10:07]
vdumas [Calendar view]
extensions:combodo-calendar-view [2019/10/08 10:18]
vdumas
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 description_wiki : Displays elements inside a monthly, weekly or daily calendar description_wiki : Displays elements inside a monthly, weekly or daily calendar
 index_hidden ​    : yes index_hidden ​    : yes
-version ​         : 2.0.1 +version ​         : 2.0.2 
-release_dt ​      : 2019-06-20+release_dt ​      : 2019-07-02
 itop-version-min : 2.4.0 itop-version-min : 2.4.0
-download_url ​    : https://​www.itophub.io/​wiki/​page?​id=extensions:​coming-soon 
 code             : combodo-calendar-view code             : combodo-calendar-view
 +state            : stable
 +product_hidden ​  : included
 +module-lists_hidden : combodo-calendar-view/​2.0.2
 +diffusion ​       : iTop Hub
 ---- ----
  
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 ===== Revision History ===== ===== Revision History =====
- ​Release ​Date   Version ​ ^  ​Comments ​ ^+^ Date ^ Version ^ Description ^ 
 + 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 | |  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. | |  2018-08-13 ​ |  2.0.0  | New version generic version of the extension, fully customizable without any code. |
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   * ''​Group by''​ field values will displayed under the scope name, hidden by default.   * ''​Group by''​ field values will displayed under the scope name, hidden by default.
  
-{{ :​extensions:​calendar-filter-shades.png?​nolink&​300 |}}+{{ :​extensions:​calendar-filter-shades2.png?​nolink&​300 |}}
  
   * If "​Rainbow (multicolors)"​ is selected then each group will get a different plain color, instead of a different shade of a unique color.   * If "​Rainbow (multicolors)"​ is selected then each group will get a different plain color, instead of a different shade of a unique color.
  
-{{ :​extensions:​calendar-filter-rainbow.png?​nolink&​300 |}}+{{ :​extensions:​calendar-filter-rainbow2.png?​nolink&​300 |}}
  
   * If no ''​Group by''​ field is selected, then ''​Colors mode''​ is useless and "​Rainbow (multicolors)"​ is equivalent to "​Orange"​. ​   * If no ''​Group by''​ field is selected, then ''​Colors mode''​ is useless and "​Rainbow (multicolors)"​ is equivalent to "​Orange"​. ​
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 Here is an example with 2 scopes, both with groups. Here is an example with 2 scopes, both with groups.
-  * User Request ​uses a purple "​shades"​ grouping by "priority+  * Physical Devices ​uses a purple "​shades"​ grouping by "brand
-  * Bug uses a "​Rainbow"​ grouping by "​status"​+  * Changes ​uses a "​Rainbow"​ grouping by "​status"​
  
-//Bug is not a class defined in the standard datamodel.//​ 
  
-{{ :​extensions:​calendar-configure.png?​nolink&​500 |}}+{{ :​extensions:​calendar-configure2.png?​nolink&​500 |}}
  
 ==== Using a Dashlet Calendar ==== ==== Using a Dashlet Calendar ====
  
 Here the display of the same example as below. Here the display of the same example as below.
-  * User Request ​uses a **date-time** Start date and **no** End date, so object are displayed with a duration defined in the Extension configuration parameter ​''​default_event_duration''​ +  * Change ​uses a **date-time** Start date and **Start date** End date, so object are displayed with their duration (Object with **no** End date will be displayed with a duration defined in the Extension configuration parameter default_event_duration),  
-  * Bug uses a **date** ​Start date, which means object are displayed as "all day" events in Daily and Weekly display modes+  * Physical Device ​uses a **date** ​End warranty ​date, which means object are displayed as "all day" events in Daily and Weekly display modes
  
 The default display mode of our example is a Week The default display mode of our example is a Week
  
-{{ :​extensions:​calendar-display.png?​nolink&​600 |}}+{{ :​extensions:​calendar-display2.png?​nolink&​600 |}}
  
 User can decide to hide some of the groups by opening the criteria and un-selecting some groups User can decide to hide some of the groups by opening the criteria and un-selecting some groups
  
-{{ :​extensions:​calendar-select-groups.png?​nolink&​600 |}}+{{ :​extensions:​calendar-select-group2.png?​nolink&​800 |}}
  
 User can switch to a different display mode, such as List for a month: User can switch to a different display mode, such as List for a month:
  
 {{ :​extensions:​calendar-list2.png?​nolink&​600 |}} {{ :​extensions:​calendar-list2.png?​nolink&​600 |}}
 +
  
 or Month displayed as a table with one row per week and one cell per day: or Month displayed as a table with one row per week and one cell per day:
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   * Object with a **starting hour**, have a colored bullet in front of its name   * Object with a **starting hour**, have a colored bullet in front of its name
  
-{{ :​extensions:​calendar-month.png?​nolink&​500 |}}+{{ :​extensions:​calendar-month2.png?​nolink&​600 |}}
  
 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.  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. 
  
-{{ :​extensions:​calendar-month-more.png?​nolink&​400 |}}+{{ :​extensions:​calendar-month-more2.png?​nolink&​400 |}}
  
 On any object displayed, moving the mouse over it display a tooltip with  On any object displayed, moving the mouse over it display a tooltip with 
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   - The scope name and the group value in parentheses   - The scope name and the group value in parentheses
  
-{{ :​extensions:​calendar-day2.png?​nolink&​600 |}}+{{ :​extensions:​calendar-day4.png?​nolink&​600 |}}
  
extensions/combodo-calendar-view.txt · Last modified: 2019/10/08 10:34 by vdumas

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