Say you've assigned a resource to an appointment and you want to make it visually distinctive from the rest. The resource can be anything - room, status, priority and so on. Until the Q1'09 release this required writing some code, but not any more.
You can now define a set of resource filters that will apply a CSS class when a match is found. For example:
<telerik:RadScheduler runat="server" ID="RadScheduler1" ...> <ResourceStyles> <telerik:ResourceStyleMapping Type="Calendar" Text="Development" ApplyCssClass="rsCategoryGreen" /> <telerik:ResourceStyleMapping Type="Calendar" Text="Marketing" ApplyCssClass="rsCategoryRed" /> <telerik:ResourceStyleMapping Type="Calendar" Text="Work" ApplyCssClass="rsCategoryOrange" /> </ResourceStyles></telerik:RadScheduler>
You can match resource's type, key and/or text. All matching rules will be applied.
For your convenience, we've included a number of predefined styles:
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