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Tony,Thanks for posting the URL..
I have found the link to the box chart samples:
PS are you THE Tony ?
Re: The Tony? Well, it all depends, if THE Tony is going to get beat up, then no, that is another guy, but if The Tony is going to get a nice big check, then yes, I am he...
But seriously, Yes, I worked with you and Earl on the Red Cross stuff a while back, correct?
are you moved ?
to inform you: the (our) system has been used as pilot to communicate with the branches about ICT-support. at the end of this year (2008) it will be replaced by a professional solution (i.e. rebuild by a firm). perhaps in apex. we have started a request for proposal to IT-firms.
we (the Netherlands Red Cross) have a APEX-production environment now, with three systems running: a crm-system (for the coordination of organisations being busy with house-visits and so on), a tracing system (trying to connect lost people) and a resourceplanning system (based on customer tracking, taskmanager and timesheets with some new functionality added).
we are busy to implement a system with apex and spatial (map of the Netherlands colored for performance indicators) .
thanks to your help (and of Earl) we have made a breakthrough.
kind regards and best wishes to you and your family.
Thanks for this. I've almost got this working but I've having trouble with the scroll icons, when I click on them i get the following error
The requested URL /pls/otn/mis_gantt.gantt.hscroll was not found on this server.
Oracle-Application-Server-10g/10.1.3.0.0 Oracle-HTTP-Server Server at htmldb.oracle.com Port 80
You can see the app here
Any ideas what I've done wrong.
Apart from that its looking good but I was wondering how difficult do you think it would be to have a percentage completed i.e. one bar but a percentage of the bar one colour and the rest another so you know how much of that task is complete.
Thanks again for sending this its look good - Andy
As part of my presentation at the MAOP Brown Bag Lunch & ODTUG this year, I am going to outline how to use APEX & FusionGadgets to use a Flash-based Gantt chart.
If you're in the DC area and you can make it to Arlington this Thursday, you can see the presentation; if not, I'm sure it will be posted on the MAOP site shortly after.
- Scott -