Task.TimeScaleData method (Project)
Sets options for displaying timephased data for the task.
expression A variable that represents a Task object.
|StartDate||Required||Variant||The start date for the timephased data. If the start date falls within an interval, it is "rounded" to the start of the interval. For example, if TimeScaleUnit is pjTimescaleWeeks and StartDate specifies a Wednesday, the start date is rounded to the preceding Monday (assuming that the work week started on a Monday).|
|EndDate||Required||Variant||The end date for the timephased data. If the end date falls within an interval, it is "rounded" to the end of the interval.|
|Type||Optional||Long||The type of timephased data. Can be one of the PjTaskTimescaledData constants. The default value is pjTaskTimescaledWork.|
|TimeScaleUnit||Optional||Long||Can be one of the PjTimescaleUnit constants. The default value is pjTimescaleWeeks.|
|Count||Optional||Long||The number of timescale units to group together. The default value is 1.|
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