How to Display Appointments Based on Sessions in a Radcheduler

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  1. Vuyiswa Maseko
    Vuyiswa Maseko avatar
    187 posts
    Member since:
    Jan 2010

    Posted 06 May 2010 Link to this post

    Good Day All

    Let me explain my Previous look of a Viewer before i used Telerik. this is a Custom built interface , built with normal asp.net and a lot of css at runtime. I am changing to Telerik Scheduler and its doing nice things for me.

    I am trying to customize the Viewer. My Previous Viewer was like this

    Screen-shot of the Old Viewer

    as you can see the above viewer it has 2 Slots that i defined like this in the Database

    Screen-Shot of Stots Data in the Database

    By the Look at the Old Viewer it combined the DayView and the Month View. Now i am using Telerik Schedular that looks like this when all appointments are binded

    Screen-Shot of Telerik Schedular

    Now as you can see this one too, it different views, but the Currently displayed is a Month-view. When a user Clicks on the more it brings it in a Day View. Now i want to implement the Slot  style as depicted in the Oldviewer Screenshot.  I want to have Sessions and Days at the Top as depicted in the following Screen-shot

    Screen-Shot of what i want

    As you can see the 2nd Period. if an activity of subject takes double period it should be displayed as that and the time should be removed there, there should be Sessions. if i put it in simple english. On sunday 7 i have Seminar as period 1 and Labour Law as period 2 and Period 3 because it is a double period and on the 4th Period i have Advanced Constitutional Law

    How can i achieve this,

    Thank you


  2. Chip
    Chip avatar
    22 posts
    Member since:
    Feb 2006

    Posted 11 May 2010 Link to this post

    Have you checked the Timeline view? - http://demos.telerik.com/aspnet-ajax/scheduler/examples/timelineview/defaultcs.aspx

    It looks very similar to what you show in the last screenshot.
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