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Who can help us to an example to fill 'rooms' and appointments in the Gravitybox

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RE: [archive] Gravitybox

Ed,

We use the Gravity Box control and use rooms and appointments. More than likely, I can help with what you are asking. Essentially, the Gravity Box control should be populated with a loop for each of the rooms and a loop for each of the appointments.

When I implemented this control, I created a library that had common sections that could be used by many programs. One section would add a room and another would add an apointment. First, I looped through the COBOL file that is my equivalent to rooms. Then, I looped through the COBOL file that is my equivalent to appointments.

As long as the rooms have been added before the appointments, it should work fine. I can provide a sample program if you wish.

Rob
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Ed,

I went ahead and wrote a quick sample - it should work, but I haven't tried it. It is a slimmer version of what we use and should be good as far as samples go.

Let me know if you have any questions.

Rob
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Robstan,


I've only added the MODIFY SCHED-HANDLE @ViewMode = @vmcNormalDayRoomLeftTimeTop

for using the control with rooms

Your sample works great.

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Ed,

Glad I could help. Enjoy Gravity Box. It's pretty versatile.

Rob
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