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Gantt Chart - ganttPaneDurationUnit Week Bug -

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I just noticed that the Gantt Chart has a problem when it has a ganttPaneDurationUnit='w'. The Flash does not display anything or crashes. It works fine for years, months or days. Whatever the XML it seems it never works. I tried with an XML of the Chart Gallery and the effect is the same.




Can you please check on your side and try any Gantt Chart with " ganttPaneDuration='1' ganttPaneDurationUnit='w' ". You should see the problem.





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Could you please specify what effect you want to generate using gnattPaneDurationUnit?




The attribute ganttPaneDurationUnit only takes the following as input, and not 'w'.




--y--(How many years to display)?


--m--(How many months to display)?


--d--(How many days to display)?


--h--(How many hours to display)?


--mn--(How many minutes to display)?


--s--(How many seconds to display)?




I hope this helps. :)

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Oh I see.




I thought weeks were handle too...I read the documentation too fast...I saw y,m,d so I thought we also had w




In my case I am using the functionnality to allow my users to "zoom in or out" of the Gant Chart.




Well thanks for the quick answer...i will handle weeks in using the d unit....7d = 1w :)

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