By default the IntelliGantt Web Part includes the standard, 'out of the box' task lists that ship with SharePoint 2007 and SharePoint 2010. It will also find the task lists described in the 'Fabulous Forty' templates for SharePoint 2007. When found, IntelliGantt can then display the task list in its rich interface.
But what about custom lists you may have created in house and are based on a standard task list? How can IntelliGantt know about those too?
With our new Include/Exclude Template ID feature.
Out of the box the IntelliGantt Web Part will look for lists with the following server template IDs:
107 (the basic task list)
150 Project Tasks
1104 Deliverables task list customization
7142 Budgeting task list customization
7143 Budgeting Milestones task list customization
This can be extended by adding more list template IDs to the IncludeListTemplateIDs parameter in either the Web Part Editor backpage or via the initParams section for the Silverlight control.
Furthermore, if you want to make sure people use a specific task list (like one of your custom ones) you can exclude any or all of the built in IDs above with the ExcludeListTemplateIDs parameter.
Detailed syntax for developer folks is in our forum.
We hope this will make it easier to package the IntelliGantt Web Part with custom solutions developed by system integrators or in-house developers.