I can't seem to find an answer to this. I only get to the point where you can hide non-business hours, but that's not what I am after.
We have a situation in our company where normal business hours are from 8-17. Sometimes however, we have days where overtime is planned and business hours continue to 21. So hiding non business hours only is not an option.
In the application we use Daypilot Calendar to plan machine times. We use an external source for dragging in productions for machines. These productions have a pre-calculated length. So if you drag in a production of 8 hours, Daypilot creates an item of 8 hours long.
There it gets problematic. If you plan an 8 hour long productiontime at 15:00 it needs to have 2 hours on that day and continue for 6 hours (from 8 till 16) the next day. But Daypilot just plans in this production from 15:00 till 24:00 the first day and the next day from 24:00 till 01:00.
The question then is: is Daypilot able to automatically avoid any planning to be done outside business hours? Or do you have to write code yourself to calculate how much time you can plan on each day and add 1 or more events accordingly?
Thanks a bunch.