Application Platform

<aside> 💡 This content applies to IBM TRIRIGA Application Platform 3.4.2 and later.


What is the Gantt Scheduler?

In IBM TRIRIGA, the Gantt Scheduler is the graphical representation of tasks that are grouped in such a way that they allow the completion of a project. The Gantt scheduler is used to create projects for building construction, store opening, software development, or any other type of use. These types of charts (or schedulers) allow tasks to be created for every step and milestone of the project. With the ability to create dependencies, projects within projects, and lead/lag start times, among others, projects can be created and tracked through every step and process through time.

Introduction to the Gantt Scheduler

Gantt Scheduler Quick Reference (Under Construction)

Switching to Legacy Gantt Scheduler (Under Construction)

Styling the Gantt Scheduler (Under Construction)

Globalizing the Gantt Scheduler (Under Construction)

Troubleshooting the Gantt Scheduler (Under Construction)

Version 3.5.2

Starting in IBM TRIRIGA 3.5.2, the legacy Java applet-based Gantt section is deprecated. Java applet support is being phased out in many current browser versions. For more information, see Java Applet Support (Hints & Tips).

Version 3.5.1