USE

If activated, and if the event created or modified is included by the triggering filter, the target constraint may or may not be respected.

Constraint respected

In this case no message will be displayed. The action for the creation, modification or movement of the event will continue normally.

Constraint not respected

In this case a message will be displayed. This message differs, depending on whether the situation merits a warning or a prohibition.

Warning

The following interrogation message appears:

Answer the question: Would you like to continue?

  • Either by clicking on the Yes button. In this case, the creation or modification will continue, despite the constraint. The event is however marked,

  • Or, by clicking on the Yes to all button. In this case, the creation or modification will continue, despite the constraint. The event is however marked,

  • Or, by clicking on the No button. In this case the action of creation, modification or movement is not completed.

Prohibition

The following error message appears:

You must then click the OK button. The action of creation, modification or movement is not completed.

Authentication

The following message appears:

Enter the password and click on OK to validate the event. Click on Cancel to cancel the creation/modification of the event.

Event marking

If a warning type constraint is triggered and the user chooses to ignore it by clicking on Yes or Yes to All, the event is created or modified with specific markings.

The marking is only active if the Mark Warning box is checked.

This marking can be found later using various methods:

  • The border of the duration bar,

  • The event info-bubble,

  • The description of the duration bar,

  • The event filters.

More detail:

The border of the duration bar

In the border of the event. If the constraint has not been verified, the marking around the edge is dotted.

The event tooltip

Within the tooltip, it is possible to display the name of an unverified constraint:

The description in the duration bar

Within the duration bar description, it is possible to display the name of an unverified constraint:

Events filter

Events filters are used for unverified constraints, to identify events with markings of these types.

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