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Display Related Changes in the Embedded Calendar

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Hi,

we are actually implementing a small Project Mgt Workflow based on the Change Management.

As overview, we want to show the related changes of the project ( "parent" change) in the embedded calendar.

Does anyone has done this before (show related records in the embedded calendar of a record) or does anyone has an idea to realize this.

I tried to adjust the filter query in the embedded calendar administration but without success.

 

Help would be welcome

 

Kind regards

 

Steve

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Cadet 2nd Class Cadet 2nd Class
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Hi,

we found the solution.

 

- Create a feld in cm3r (ParentProject) in which we write automatically the Number of the Project (Change).

- Created a new filter field in the Filter Field Configuration in the calendar field mappings based on this field

- Change the Filter Query  in  the Embedded Calandar Configuration for the Change object.

 

So we know have a light GANTT Diagramm showing in Embedded Calendar our main Project with his tasks  and all related changes.

 

Kind regards

 

 

 

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Cadet 2nd Class Cadet 2nd Class
Cadet 2nd Class

Hi,

we found the solution.

 

- Create a feld in cm3r (ParentProject) in which we write automatically the Number of the Project (Change).

- Created a new filter field in the Filter Field Configuration in the calendar field mappings based on this field

- Change the Filter Query  in  the Embedded Calandar Configuration for the Change object.

 

So we know have a light GANTT Diagramm showing in Embedded Calendar our main Project with his tasks  and all related changes.

 

Kind regards

 

 

 

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