Command Editor dialogMenu Bar - Schedule
In the Command Editor dialog, you can edit the contents of the commands to be executed during rescheduling, edit menus, specify plug-ins, and so on.
The Command Editor dialog contains the following items:
(1) Command list
Displays a list of commands for the command type selected from the drop down list box.
The selectable types are:
Create a command that will be executed when the Reschedule button is clicked.
Mainly a scheduling parameter to be used when rescheduling.
For more details about scheduling logic commands, please refer here.
Create your own top menu and sub-menus and register commands and plug-ins.
In order to be able to use the custom menu it is necessary to select the [View]-[Custom Menu].
Examples of custom menusExample of creating an import command only for sales orders
Example of using the Modify properties command: Inserting into a menu
Example of adding a show window command to a planning parameter
Post Processing Hook
Custom toolbar button
Gantt chart bar popup menu
(2) Add button
Adds the command you selected from the Internal command (7) or Custom command (8) to the position you specified in the Command list (1).
(3) Delete button
Deletes the command you selected from the Command list (1).
However, the command subject to deletion must be beneath the top command in the Custom command listbox (8).
(4) Up arrow button
Moves the command you selected up by one position in the Command list (1).
(5) Down arrow button
Moves the command you selected down by one position in the Command list (1).
(6) Property Editor
Display the Property window dialog of selected scheduling parameter or command. (Ver.11.0.0 restricted feature)
Command to add
(7) Internal commands
The list of internal commands you can add to the Command list (1).
There are 4 types commands, scheduling parameter, Internal Menu, Plug-in and Database input/output.
Select the command from here that you wish to add and after you have chosen the place where you wish to add it to on the Command list (1), then click the Add button (2).
(8) Custom commands
The list of custom commands. Add a new custom command by pressing the "New" button (9). By adding a custom command it will be added tothis list and the Command list (1).
You can also add custom commands beneath a custom command. Select the custom command from the "Custom command" (7) list that you wish to add and after you have chosen the place where you wish to add it to on the Command list (1), then click the Add button (2).
Depending on the type of custom command you have selected from the drop down list the custom commands you can add are different. The following settings are available:
Gantt chart bar popup menu
(9) New Command
The New Command dialog will be displayed when you select "Scheduling parameter" under custom commands.
New command name
Enter a new custom command name.
Copy existing command
If you check the box, the contents of the existing custom command you selected will be copied to the new custom command.
Custom command box
Select the existing custom command whose contents you want to copy to the new custom command.
This box is valid only when you have checked "Copy existing command".
Registers the new custom command you specified in the dialog.
Does not register the new custom command and closes the New Command dialog.
The New Menu dialog will be displayed when you select "User-specified menu" under custom commands.
Enter a menu code
Enter a display name displayed in the menu string.
If you check the box, you will be able to only enter other user-specified menus under this menu. Check the box when you want to have the user-specified menu hierarchized.
If the box is unchecked, you may add regular commands under this menu (but not any user-specified menu). You do not check the box for any menu that actually executes processing.
Registers the new user-specified menu.
Does not register the new user-specified menu and closes the New Command dialog.
Deletes the custom command selected in Custom commands (8).
If you select [Custom menu] from the dropdown list of the combo box in the Command list field, this button will be displayed in the box below the combo box.
The contents of the custom menu will be returned to the menu structure held in Asprova.
Registers the new settings.
Cancels the new settings and closes the Command Editor dialog.