Hello Phillip Foster,
It seems that If I understand your task you want to create appointment as you click in the scheduler or select a cells and create an appointment for the selected dates/times. In this case you should do the following:
1. Subscribe for the ContextMenuShowing
event in order to stop showing the context menu:
sender, SchedulerContextMenuShowingEventArgs e)
2. Subscribe for the AppointmentEditDialogShowing
event in order to stop showing the EditAppointmentDialog:
sender, AppointmentEditDialogShowingEventArgs e)
3. Subscribe for the DoubleClick
event of the scheduler - here you can create an appointment for the selection (start-end times):
sender, EventArgs e)
DateTime dates = SchedulerUIHelper.GetSelectedDates(
List<DateTime> dts =
SchedulerDayViewBase dayView =
minutes = 0;
minutes = (
Appointment appointment =
Appointment(dts, dts[dts.Count - 1].AddMinutes(minutes));
You could use that code to create an appointment when you click some button.
I hope this will help you achieve what you need. Feel free to contact us in case you need further assistance.
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