USE

The load plans are only visible in Schedule View.

Display settings

To display the workload, click on the button for display settings, then on the workload tab.

The following characteristics can be given:

Display total

This box is used to display an additional load that computes the total of visible workloads.

Display workloads

This checkbox is used to display the load plans.

Load plans

Select the workload(s) to display in the view.

Right-clicking brings up the following window:

To add a workload, select the workload in the left-hand part, then drag it to the right-hand part using the arrows.

You can also sort appearance of the workload using the sorting arrows.

Display/hide load plans

Within the planning view it is possible to display or hide load plans rapidly using the menu Display > Planning block - show/hide load plans.

Choosing a display

There are several different ways of displaying a workload. These are:

  • Value,

  • Target,

  • Target - Value,

  • Value - Target,

  • Percentage,

  • Histogram.

There are two entries for display types:

  • Right click on the workload > Display > Select required display

  • From the menu Display > Display block > Choose required display

Exporting workloads

It is possible to export the results of the workloads.

To do this, right-click on the workload > Export workloads.

Important

It is possible to export multiple workloads simultaneously. They can be selected using the Ctrl or Shift keys.

Type

Define the type of file to be created. The two suitable formats are:

  • CSV file,

  • Excel file.

Type: CSV

If the export file is a CSV file, the attributes to be defined are:

Separator
  • semicolon,

  • Full stop,

  • Space,

  • Comma,

  • Tab,

  • Vertical Bar.

Encoding
  • Default (System encoding),

  • UTF8,

  • Windows-1252 (Windows).

Type: Excel

If the export file is an EXCEL file, the attribute to be defined is the Worksheet.

Path

Define the path to the destination file.

Period

Define the data export file.

Data tooltip for workloads

  • By passing the mouse over the heading of the workload, a tooltip will appear, corresponding to the description:

  • By passing the mouse over a cell in the workload, a tooltip will appear:

VPPORTAL display

It is possible to display the load plans in a Planning context within VPPORTAL.

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