- Visual Scheduling Tips & Tricks
- Visual Jobs Scheduler (VJS) for Dynamics 365 Business Central
- Working with the schedule in the VJS
Visual Advanced Production Scheduler (VAPS) for Dynamics 365 Business Central
- Release and version status
- Installing the VAPS
- Look and feel of the visual schedule
- The view color modes
- Setting up the VAPS
- Integrating with Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central
- Finite Capacity Scheduling Instruments
- Day-to-day use cases
- Coding tips (for partners)
- API Events VAPS
Visual Production Scheduler (VPS) for Dynamics 365 Business Central
Visual Jobs Scheduler (VJS) for Dynamics 365 Business Central
Visual Production Scheduler (VPS) for Dynamics NAV
Visual Job Scheduler (VJS) for Dynamics NAV
Visual Service Scheduler (VSS) for Dynamics NAV
The VJS offers two kinds of filters, the difference between them lying in the time of application
Data filters work as Dynamics 365 BC filter on reading the data (either when the VJS ist started or on reloading) wheras view filters are applied to data already having been loaded into the VJS.
Data filters are already effective at the data interface to make sure that only filtered data are handed over from Dynamics 365 BC to the VJS.
Create and edit filters
First, you have to open the according dialog by clicking "Choose DataFilter" in the "Setup" dialog:
You can filter by job, job task, resource group, and resource. The job task filter enables users who only want to see a specific portion of big jobs to do so. Since this filter may result in a list of projects for which no project tasks were found, there will be a message for the user indicating that the specified filter conditions did not allow for any job tasks to be loaded.
The short video below shows how to proceed once you have opened the filter dialog.
If you want to make sure that the "Edit Data Filter"dialog pops up when you start the VJS, tick the according option in the "Setup" dialog: