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Item Plugin SkillBuilders Schedule

SkillBuilders Schedule

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Categories: Item Plugin
Author: Dan McGhan

Event scheduling made easy!

1. Rich client-side user interface
2. Skinned with jQuery UI themes (currently 25 themes to choose from)
3. Custom time pickers
4. jQuery UI date pickers
5. Support for recurrence: Daily, Weekly, Monthly, and Yearly
6. Single APEX item to table column mapping
7. PL/SQL Package API to work with values stored

Event scheduling is a common task that developers repeatedly face when creating applications. The types of events can vary greatly as can their configuration options. Some events are simple, occurring only once while others are more complex and can repeat indefinitely.

Developers may choose to save time by supporting only the types of schedules that the requirements dictate. This often results in “one-off” configurations with custom logic that cannot be reused very easily. The SkillBuilders Schedule item plug-in was designed to greatly simplify and standardize event scheduling in APEX applications.

The SkillBuilders Schedule item plug-in supports single occurrence events as well as those that recur daily, weekly, monthly, and yearly. Its options can easily be customized via a declarative interface to meet specific requirements and its UI has been skinned using jQuery UI themes so customizing the look and feel to match your APEX theme is as simple as changing one word in the item’s configuration settings.

Anyone that has worked with events in the past is aware that it all comes down to dates. To that end, the SkillBuilders Schedule item plug-in comes with a PL/SQL package based API that can be used for various functionality – even getting the dates over which an event will occur.




Keywords
schedule, schedules, scheduling, time date, event, events, recur, repeat, recurrence, reoccur

Company: SkillBuilders
Date added: 7.7.2010
Views: 10857
Votes: 16
Reviews: 23
Min. APEX Version:
4.0
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2 
Sample Application
by Rajan
on February 4, 2016
Can you provide the details of SKILBUILDERS_SCHEDULE page of the demo application.

I have downloaded the plug-in but no idea how to use. Kindly help.
8 
Sample Application
by Rajan
on February 4, 2016
Can you provide the details of SKILBUILDERS_SCHEDULE page of the demo application.

I have downloaded the plug-in but no idea how to use. Kindly help.
8 
Sample Application
by Rajan
on February 4, 2016
Can you provide the details of SKILBUILDERS_SCHEDULE page of the demo application.

I have downloaded the plug-in but no idea how to use. Kindly help.
8 
Sample Application
by Rajan
on February 4, 2016
Can you provide the details of SKILBUILDERS_SCHEDULE page of the demo application.

I have downloaded the plug-in but no idea how to use. Kindly help.
8 
Sample Application
by Rajan
on February 4, 2016
Can you provide the details of SKILBUILDERS_SCHEDULE page of
https://apex.oracle.com/pls/apex/f?p=SKILLBUILDERS_SCHEDULE:HOME

I have downloaded the plug-in but no idea how to use. Kindly help.
0 
Sample Application
by Rajan
on February 4, 2016
Can you provide the details of SKILBUILDERS_SCHEDULE page of
https://apex.oracle.com/pls/apex/f?p=SKILLBUILDERS_SCHEDULE:HOME

I have downloaded the plug-in but no idea how to use. Kindly help.
8 
Amazing plugin
by Daniel
on July 20, 2015
Hi,

First of all, great plugin, thanks for a job well done.
Secondly, is this plugin still alive ? I noticed it's been in EA2 status since like 2012, if so and assuming Skillbuilders have not buried this, I appreciate the effort you guys put on this and I've been playing around with it for a while now in APEX 5 and firefox and I have some questions:

1.- I imported the plugin according to the instructions provided (nicely done, thanks) and it worked great in the UI, however I coud not manage to get anything recorded from the plugin item to my custom table in which I added a simple varchar2 column (following the instructions in step1 "DBPrep"). Am I supposed to use only a table called "events" or something like that for this to work ?

2.- I have tried to translate this to spanish by modifying the sources in the /sources/ folder with no luck, I translated some text in the embedded HTML in the "jquery.ui.sbip_schedule.js" file (mostly label tags and such, so I guess I didn't break anything), and then I re-imported it into my app in APEX (I imported the "item_type_plugin_com_skillbuilders_sbip_schedule.sql" file to APEX following the included instructions and then deleted it to translate the .js file locally before importing it again); but it still is being displayed in English, am I missing something here?, a short note on how to translate the plugin would be greatly appreciated (some guidelines on what to modify).

Again, great job guys and thanks.

Daniel.
10 
Issue w/ Apex 5 and IE 9
by Jeff Ritschel
on May 11, 2015
Hey Dan,

I've been using this plugin for quite some time and it has been great. However, I notice that with the upgrade to Apex 5 that choosing times using the dropdowns with IE (9) does not work properly. I can manually enter the time, but choosing and end time with the dropdown only modifies the start time. Not sure if you've seen this yet but it is happening with you demo as well. Any thoughts?

Thanks,
Jeff
0 
onchange
by Dan McGhan
on November 23, 2012
Hi Damian,

Just guessing but I probably changed the value using JavaScript which doesn't trigger the change event. I can fix this in the future when I have time to update the plug-in but for now you would have to do that on your own.

Regards,
Dan
10 
by Damian Hogan
on November 15, 2012
Hi Dan,

I am unable to fire an "onchange" event from the Schedule Item.
e.g. adding onchange="alert('here')" to "HTML Form Element Attributes", does not do anything.
Is there anything I can do?

Cheers,
Damian.
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