I am sorry to say that there isn't such an example. You can see how to use the Scheduler's templates in this online demo: http://demos.telerik.com/aspnet-ajax/scheduler/examples/templates/defaultcs.aspx
. There shouldn't be a difference whether you create it in the markup or in the code-behind. What is important is that the same event handlers are attahed - both client-side and server side.
This is a really complex scenario, as both controls can use AJAX (and especially the RadToolTipManager must
) and two subsequent AJAX requests cancel each other and this produces issues. This is the reason why in the demo we handle the beginRequest event of the PageRequestManager - to make sure that two requests are not performed at the same time, for example when dragging appointments. Such scenarios would otherwise seem to show an incorrect tooltip otherwise as well. The RadAjaxManager, while very comfortable and easy to configure (especially when many settings are needed), encapsulates a lot of the AJAX functionality while we need to be able to fine-tune things in this case.
All the best,
the Telerik team
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