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Yes, it is possible to make read-only RadScheduleView control. Unfortunately, it is not so straightforward. You need to implement custom read-only DragAndDrop behavior for the RadScheduleView control. Override the CanDrop and CanResize methods and return false to each one. After that, handle the AppointmentCreating, AppointmentEditing and AppointmentDeleting events and set CancelRoutedEventArgs.Cancel to true. If you don't want to show the read-only EditAppointment dialog window, handle the ShowDialog event and set CancelRoutedEventArgs.Cancel to true as well.
We consider adding a property to the RadScheduleView to make the control read-only.
Attached you can find the sample project. I hope this suit your needs.
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