The following movie shows how you can insert, code and use the exg2antt and exschedule control, within the PowerBuider IDE
The following movie shows how you can insert, code and use the exg2antt and exschedule control, within the PowerBuider IDE. The idea is the same for any other /com exontrols. If you run PowerBuilder IDE on a Windows 64 machine, you need to install the x64 version of the control, else the x86 (32-bit) version of the component. If you need more help on how you can start using any exontrols on your PowerBuilder application, please make sure you have checked the Get Started page.
The following movie shows the first look of ExHelper/JS tool:
The following movie shows the Undo/Redo feature:
The Undo and Redo features let you remove or repeat single or multiple actions, but all actions must be undone or redone in the order you did or undid them Ė you canít skip actions. For example, if you change the value of three cells in an item and then decide you want to undo the first change you made, you must undo all three changes. To undo an action you need to press Ctrl+Z, while for to redo something you've undone, press Ctrl+Y.
The following movie shows the first look of eXGantt/JS:
The following movie shows the exg2antt's histogram:
The movie shows how you can represent different activities into the control's histogram (previously, it was not possible to cumulate activities of different types into the same graph). A histogram is a graphical representation that organizes a group of data points into user-specified ranges. Each activity or task has an effort that defines the vertical-size to represent it into the control's histogram. The control supports constant or variable-efforts. The variable-effort is defined by an expression that supports value, start and end keywords.