RadScheduleView does not provide such a functionality out of the box, however you could achieve similar behavior by customizing the ScheduleViewDragDropBehavior
. In CanDrop or Drop method ( according to the requirement), you could check the DestinationSlots and change the CurrentDate of the ScheduleView.
You could take the ScheduleView instance from the DragDrop state like this:
var scheduleView = state.ServiceProvider.GetService<IDialogProvider>()
scheduleView.CurrentDate = scheduleView.CurrentDate.AddDays(1);
I hope this helps.
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