VISUAL PLANNING 5.3 DOCUMENTATION

Constraint

DEFINITION

A constraint is a warning function which is activated when one or more events are created or modified. A constraint can be defined as blocking (it blocks the creation or the modification) or as simple warning messages.

A constraint which is activated applies as soon as an event is created, moved or modified, to verify that it does not contradict the other events that are already on the planner.

There are three types of constraints:

It is possible to create as much constraints as you want.
However, to optimise the software performance, it is recommended not to create many constraints.
(c.f. tuning tips)

There are others functionalities that can use another types of constraints:

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