Kendo UI Schedular Resource Views and Removing time slot

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  1. Indika
    Indika avatar
    13 posts
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    Mar 2014

    Posted 13 Jan 2015 Link to this post

    We already implemented partial solution for scheduling events with resource view using jQuery full calendar control(screen shot of the application attached). but since we start to use Kendo UI controls in our project(we have commercial license for Telerik products), we are planning to develop kendo schedular with resource view according to our requirements(features are exactly same in the image attached). i already started to develop the application using kendo controls(screen shot of the application attached) unfortunately i'm struggling to modify functionalities given by telerik under these circumstances:

    1. Kendo UI Schedular having resource view with Kendo schedular as a grouping feature...it seems like a tree structure...i need to modify resources as a grid structure as mentioned earlier in the screen shot...
    2. I don't want time slots,days enough for our requirements
    3. i have too many resources and many events as well, i want to paginate both resources and events

    Please give me solution for above mentioned issues and open a way to continue this module using kendo ui controls...
    Thank you in advance
  2. Vladimir Iliev
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    Vladimir Iliev avatar
    2172 posts

    Posted 15 Jan 2015 Link to this post

    Hi Indika,

    Please check the answers of your questions below:

    1) You can modify the look and feel of the time headers using the "MajorTimeHeaderTemplate" option (for day views). Modifying the groups headers can be achieved using the "GroupHeaderTemplate" option (only this option is required in "Timeline" views).

    2) You can remove the timeslots by setting the "MajorTick" option to 1440 minutes (1 day) and "MinorTickCount" option to 1 (only 1 minor slot will be available).

    3) Paginating resources is not supported out of the box and it will require custom solution depending on you and the exact setup that you have. As a starting point you can check the following example in our CodeLibrary which demonstrates how to extend one of the build-in views to add custom functionality.

    As a bottom line I would suggest to use the "Timeline" view of the Scheduler as it's most close to what you need to achieve based on the provided screenshots.

    Regards,
    Vladimir Iliev
    Telerik
     

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