DEFINITION

The Time gap constraint is applicable when an event is created, moved or modified, to verify that there is no contradiction with other pre-existing events.

The time gap constraint is used to verify that a time gap is respected for a set of events over a pre-defined period of time. This verification can be carried out on all resources or even, one resource at a time.

the time gap constraint may be one of three forms:

  • The creation or modification of an event is prohibited;

  • Warnings, via a message, that the actions undertaken do not remain within the constraint;

  • Authentication, via a message, that the user has re-entered their password.

The target constraint is applied using three filters:

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