This component displays the occupancy of the dimension record it is placed on. It is only available for record pages.
When placed on a reservable resource without children it shows the occupancy of that resource.
When placed on a parent resource it shows the occupancy of the child resources.
Start of Range
The start of the displayed range.
End of Range
The end of the displayed range
Group Occupancy by
The grouping of the occupancy bars the start and end of the ranges are rounded to fix the grouping.
Switches between a grouped and stacked bar mode
Lightning Flow: Apex Action
Occupancy is also available as a Lightning Flow Apex Action. This means you can now use occupancy data in your Flows. This means you can now make a decision in a Flow, based on the occupancy of your Resources (or Dimension records).
For example; you would like to optimise your room use within a building and want to book the room which is suitable to the request of a customer but has the lowest occupancy so you better utilise the space. With this action you can make that decision based on the occupancy of the different rooms and select the one that has the lowest occupancy.
The flow action has three different outputs designed to keep the logic in your flows simple:
singleSlotResponse: Only returned if you have only one dimension record and a time duration that is exactly one slot long. This is just a base object (see below) so is simple to parse.
singleDimensionResponse: Only returned if you have only one dimension record. This is a list of base objects (see below) in order of their start datetime.
dimensionResponses: is always returned. This is a list of objects each with a dimensionId property and a slots property. The slots are the same as the singleDimensionResponse.
The base object that is returned has the following properties:
closed: The number of minutes the slot is closed.
occupied: The number of minutes the slot is occupied.
available: The number of minutes the slot is available.
occupiedPercentage: The percentage of the available time that is occupied.