Panel with weekly numeric scheduler.
This preconfiguration can be activated when creating a new object (e.g. by "New object ..."
in the local object menu or after pressing the Insert
key after selecting the object) and is included in the group: " / Panels (PmaPanel) / Scheduler"
This preconfiguration can be used with the objects: PmaFolder, PmaRoot, PmaPanel or PmaWorkspace.
- The preconfiguration creates an object of the PmaPanel
type with preconfigured name of "ScheduleWeek"
- In the panel (default ScheduleWeek
) there are the PmgButton
objects embedded into the PmgPane
object The panel has the GetTime
methods. The "GetTime"
method is used for setting the time mode (summer/winter). The "ChangeMinute"
method is used by the small buttons with arrows providing the timeline movement. the "ReadData
" method is called by the button for loading the time intervals saved in the selected device. In the preconfiguration, the emulated data is provided. Originally it is designed for communication with selected device (the device
parameter) in order to load the time-range and send it for displaying (in timemode
parameter mode. The "SaveData"
method is an opposite of the "ReadData"
method. The "ReadDataFromFile"
method is called from the button used for loading the time intervals saved in the file for corresponding device. Returns an array of values
loaded from corresponding *.csv
file. The "SaveDataToFile"
method is an opposite of the "ReadDataFromFile"
- The preconfiguration is created including the panel (object of the PmaPanel
type) is functional also a Web panel
. In order to make the preconfiguration functional also for the Web, it is necessary to enable the object of the PmaPanel
type for Web (on the "Web server
The preconfiguration of the window with a complex PmgPane
object. There are the text objects, editing text and small buttons inserted into it. And additionaly the switch for selecting the device, the switch for loading the summer/winter mode, the Load from file
button for loading the time intervals saved in the file of the corresponding device, the Save to file
button for saving the time intervals into the file of the corresponding device, the Load from device
button loading the time intervals saved in the selected device and the Save to device
button for saving the time intervals into the selected device.
These configurators can be set before the preconfiguration is created:
|The name of created object||Name of the object created in the tree of Pma objects. The maximum name length is 30 characters. This is a system name, so it must contain only alphanumeric and must not contain any diacritics, empty string, spaces and the first character must not be a number.|
|Panel title||User name of the panel that is displayed for example in: |
- in the window title bar (if opened outside the workspace)
- in the panel list obtained for example by the FindViewers
This configurator sets the initial value of the property PmaPanel.Title and PmgRoot.ViewerTitle.
Macro expression can be used for input ($.text ..) (it is evaluated while the window is opening).
After the preconfiguration is created, the "PmaPanel > Panel > Panel title" configurator will be set to this value.
|Permissions||On this tab permissions of the object are defined. See the "Permission" tab of the PmaObject object.|
|Member of logical groups||The list of the identifiers of the logical groups (the comma ',' is the separator), the object belongs into (it is a group member), see Logical groups. The logical group selection can be done in the "Member of logical groups" window. |
After the preconfiguration is created, the "PmaObject > Object > Member of logical groups" configurator will be set to this value.
|Object scripting language||Application object scripting language|
0 - vbscript
|Enable as Web component||Specifies whether this object has to be registered as a Web server component |
After the preconfiguration is created, the "PmaPanel > Web server > Enable as Web component" configurator will be set to this value.
This preconfiguration is used in PreCfg - Preconfiguration examples