ezeio2:configuration:calendar

The “Calendar” feature works in tandem with the “Scheduler”. It can be used as the primary way of applying schedules (seasonally for example) or as a way to mark exceptions to the weekly schedule (such as holidays or school minimum days). The calendar has no independent functionality, it is dependent on the “Scheduler” for creating and editing of the schedules for the “Day types”.

Calendar Navigation

The navigation bar at the top of the calendar shows the current month & year by default. The arrows at the far edges of the navigation bar allow the user to page month by month. Clicking on the month & year shown at the center will switch to a 12 month view. Clicking again will switch to a 12 year view. When the user clicks on one of the options displayed, the navigation will revert back to the previous view (12 month view or selected month view).

10 year rolling

This is a 10 year rolling calendar, so the system is only tracking the last digit on the year. For example: when you make changes to the year 2028, they will also appear on the years 2038, 2048 and so on. As your calendar rolls over and the “Day type” assignments are no longer relevant, the “Clear Month” button will clear all the markers from a given month.

Create and set day type

Eight day types are available for each ezeio's calendar. The user defined name and color of each day type can be changed at any time and changes will be reflected throughout the calendar by clicking “Save changes”. Schedules for the day types are created and edited in the “Scheduler”

Applying & removing day type assignments

Clicking the radio button to the right of the day type makes it active (turning your cursor into a magic wand). Simply click within a day on the calendar to assign that day type. Click again in the same day to remove. Select another day type and distribute it throughout the calendar. A day can be assigned any number of day types (0 to 8).

  • ezeio2/configuration/calendar.txt
  • Last modified: 2021-02-11 22:27
  • by johpar