The first thing to check is:
1) is the dataset you connect to NOT empty?
2) are there for the displayed date range in the Planner events that match this timespan in the dataset?
You can monitor this with the event DBxxxSource.OnFieldsToItem. This event should be triggered for every matching record found in the dataset.
Thank you for your quick answer.
I would need to know more details about what Planner mode you use, what the item start & end time are when it goes wrong, if you use DBxxSource.OnFieldsToItem, if you use somewhere in your code PlannerItem.InHeader: boolean ...?
I can't put pictures in my message, I send you an email.
It is the InHeader property that determines whether it is displayed as an all-day event in the header or not. So,please verify in your OnFieldsToItem event handler whether InHeader is always set as expected.
There is always items displayed in the header, as you can see in screenshots that I sent you, and this is not the problem. The issue is that schedules are all white, like if employees are working all day (from 7am to 8:30pm in this case), which is false.
For items that were displayed as going from 7am to 8h30pm, what is the event starttime & endtime in the dataset and what is the setup of the time axis?
I'm not sure of what you want but this is an example :
When starttime = 6 and endtime = 36, the item should be displayed from timeslot 6 to timeslot 36.
Items are always all displayed correctly, even when the bug appears.
I'm sorry but I don't understand it. You say "it is displayed correct and there is a bug", I cannot understand what the bug is then.
Please isolate this and prepare a sample source project + exact steps with which we can reproduce this here.
Like I said the problem is about schedules (the background), not items. You can see it very well on screenshots that I sent to you, the item is always correctly displayed, but not schedules (the background) which are all white.
The background of what? The item itself? The timeslot? Background of something else?
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I'm talking about the time axis (sorry if my words aren't precise, I'm not english native).
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