Multi-Level Scheduling Possible?

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  1. Jason
    Jason avatar
    3 posts
    Member since:
    Feb 2013

    Posted 02 Sep Link to this post

    I am trying to see if the ScheduleView could be customized enough to be used for scheduling of Shifts.  Basically, what we have is a tree like this:

    <Schedule>
       <Plants>
          <Plant>
              <Sections>
                   <Section Name="Warehouse">
                       <Shifts>
                           <Shift Name="Shift 1">
                              <ScheduledItems>
                                  <ScheduledItem Name="Some Task1" Type="Maintence" StartTime="6:00 am" EndTime="8:00 am" />
                                  <ScheduledItem Name="Some Task2" Type="Retool" StartTime="6:00 pm" EndTime="8:00 pm" />
                              </ScheduledItems>
                           </Shift>
                           <Shift Name="Shift 2">
                              <ScheduledItems>
                                  <ScheduledItem Name="Some Task1" Type="Maintence" StartTime="6:00 am" EndTime="8:00 am" />
                              </ScheduledItems>
                           </Shift>
                       </Shifts>
                   <Section Name="Back Office" />
                   <Section Name="Front Office" />
              <Sections>
          </Plant>
       </Plants>
    </Schedule>

    I have attached an image of what I am trying to accomplish.  Basically, you only schedule items at the Shift level.  You can't add items to Plant or Section.  That is simply to show grouping of them as a whole.  So this would also allow the user to show only one Plant at time if they wanted.

    I am hoping I can get some guidance on if it is possible and how could I make the headers on the left and be grouped like this?  If I could do this, this would be HUGE!!!

     

     

  2. Jason
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    3 posts
    Member since:
    Feb 2013

    Posted 05 Sep in reply to Jason Link to this post

    Actually, scrap this. I am going another direction on this.  The ScheduleView won't work.
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  4. Yana
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    Posted 06 Sep Link to this post

    Hello,

    I will leave my comment for the community:

    RadScheduleView does not support hierarchical resources grouping, however, the required approach could be achieved to some extent with the help of RadTreeView as demonstrated in the following SDK example:
    Hierarchical Grouping and Filtering with TreeView

    Regards,
    Yana
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