To configure how calendar entries appear for a table, add calendar_elements
attributes to the System Dictionary entry for that table.
Open a form for any record in that table.
Right-click the form header and select
In the record list that appears, select the first record that does not have a
value in the Column name field.
Switch the Dictionary Entry form to the
In the Attributes field, add
calendar_elements=<field name>;<field name>,
listing the fields you want to appear in each entry of your calendar report,
separated by semi-colons.
When you define attributes for calendar elements, you replace the default
display elements of number
with the attributes that you
list in this field. To add any additional attributes to the calendar entry
and retain the number and short description of the change, you must include
fields in your attributes. For
example, to add risk level information to your change calendar, add the
following attribute to the change_request table:
If the table already has an attribute, separate it from the new attribute you
are adding with a comma, as in this example:
Note: If a calendar entry has a duration, it includes parenthetical
information to indicate how many days since the event started and how many
days until the event ends. For example, the parenthetical information
included for the "CHG0000005 - Install new PBX ( -2 to +2)" entry indicates
that the change started 2 days ago and has 2 days left until the end date.
The start or end time might also show up here on the start day and end day
of the change. To remove the information, add a property named
glide.ui.calendar.include_duration_info and set its
value to false.