Target Skills Object Model

Integrate PlanningPME into your management system

Target Skills put at your disposal the Object model of PlanningPME located on the complement COM PlanningPME.dll that can be used in most of developing tools.

Tasks, Unavailabilities, Customer, Equipment, Resource, Department, Project, DoTask, DoUnavailabilities represent the collections of the related objects.

Object / Use

Application
Parent object of all objects
Task
Task
Unavailability
Unavailability
Customer
Client
Equipment
Equipment linked to the client
Resource
Human or material resource or "To plan" resource part of a department
Department
Department
Project
Project
DoTask
Assign a task to a resource, a client, a project, an equipment
DoUnavailability
Assign an unavailability to a resource

 

To work with objects of the object model, you must first declare a variable object and establish a reference to the object you want to work with.
Once you have established a reference to the object, you can work with its properties, methods or events.

Dim pp As PlanningPME.Application
Set pp = New PlanningPME.Application

You can also use a function CreateObject with a variable object declared as type Object to initialize a variable Object late. As an example:

Dim pp As Object
Set pp = CreateObject("PlanningPME.Application")

Dim r As Resource
Set r = pp.CreateItem(PpResource)
r.Label = "new Resource"
r.Type = PpResourceHuman
r.Save
Set r = Nothing

Set pp = nothing

Object Model PlanningPME



Object Model PlanningPME Integration