histogram_cell_capacity

specifies the height of the line that defines the available capacity of the resource

Parameters

start_dateDatestart date of the scale cell
end_dateDateend date of the scale cell
resourceobjectthe resource object
tasksarraytasks that are assigned to the specified resource and overlap start/end dates of the cell
assignmentsarrayresource assignments that are assigned to the specified start/end dates of the task

Available only in PRO Edition

Example

gantt.templates.histogram_cell_capacity=function(start_date,end_date,resource,tasks,
    assignments){
    return 24;
};

Related samples

Details

This functionality is available in the PRO edition only.

The "assignments" argument is only available when the process_resource_assignments config is enabled.

The value of the template can be set from -1 to maxCapacity. Values less than 0 won't render the line.

maxCapacity definition

If each row of the histogram is considered as a bar chart, maxCapacity is the height of the Y-scale of this chart. In the image below maxCapacity = 24:

maxCapacity

By default, maxCapacity is 24 for all resources. It means that if you return the value bigger than 24 in the histogram_cell_capacity template, the numbers will be calculated correctly, but the area of the cells of the resource panel may not be filled as you expected.

filled_capacity

But there is the ability to configure maxCapacity for all histogram at once and for each resource separately. Check the example below:

Related sample:  Configuring maxCapacity

See also
Change log

the assignments parameter is added in v7.1

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