I use version 2015.01.401 of your controls.
In the RadScheduler_AppointmentCreated Event, I customize the subject of the Appointment with the code below:
AppointmentLinkButton.Text = String.Concat(e.Appointment.Subject, " - <i>(", DivisionName, " - ", OwnerName, ")</i>")
Dim emEventID As String = e.Appointment.Attributes("emEventID")
AppointmentLinkButton.PostBackUrl = EMLink.Url((Cbs.Data.SD.NavTreeObjectTypes.EventDetails).ToString(), emEventID)
Dim tooltipValueParam As String = String.Concat(emEventID, PIPE_DELIMETER, SessUserCultureCode, PIPE_DELIMETER, SessUserID)
ImagesLiteralControl.Text = String.Format(APPTSUBJECTIMAGESTRING_CONST, "../../img/icons/event-bricks_small.png", jscript, jscriptClearTimer)
e.Appointment.BackColor = System.Drawing.ColorTranslator.FromHtml(e.Appointment.Attributes("DivisionChartHexColor"))
AppointmentLinkButton.ForeColor = GetIdealTextColor(e.Appointment.BackColor)
You can also see that I have code in that event that sets the background color of the appointments, based on user configurable colors stored in our database (they are not in CSS files). I've attached the SchedulerInWebApp.png file to show you what it looks like in the web app. The image that is there, uses a radtooltip manager to call a web service to display more information. And the actual text is a link to the item in our system.
My problem is that when I do an export to PDF, the image isn't found and the subject contains no text. I've attached the SchedulerPDFOutput.png to show that.
Question: How can I get the Export to NOT try to embed the image, and have it just display the custom text that I am creating?
Thanks in Advance,