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Create gridview meeting room and meeting time

Create gridview meeting room and meeting time

Create gridview meeting room and meeting time

Hello everyone, can I ask how to show the meeting time and meeting room as shown in the picture, how can I do it on the C# datagridview after I set the schedule and the room will show up on the gridview. Design a j-style interface and automatically map the registered time frame.

RE: Create gridview meeting room and meeting time

The left column is the data get from the database, and the column is hours drawing without a solution, hope everyone can help

RE: Create gridview meeting room and meeting time


I've arrived at a similar solution in Excel, using a Gantt chart/graph.

The data for each horizontal stacked bar must include
1) an empty bar representing the duration offset from the minimum start time (8:00) and the start time of the meeting and
2) a filled bar representing the meeting duration.


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