Show recurring image (not using standard recurrence)

2 posts, 1 answers
  1. Datamex
    Datamex avatar
    161 posts
    Member since:
    Jun 2012

    Posted 24 Sep 2009 Link to this post

    Hi,

    We have decided to use a custom way of creating and showing recurrence appointments.
    Now i would like to know how i can show the recurrence image in the appointment.
    Is there a way to get the image from the scheduler so i can add it to the appointment template in the timeslotcreated event.

    We are using the following code to show the appointment:

    function TimeSlotCreated(sender, e) {  
     
     
          var app = e.get_appointment();  
          var element = e.get_appointment().get_element();  
     
          var attributeCollection = app.get_attributes();  
          var StateIconName = attributeCollection.getAttribute("StateIconName");  
          var SubStateIconName = attributeCollection.getAttribute("SubStateIconName");  
          var RsCategory = RgbStringToRadStyleString(attributeCollection.getAttribute("Color"));  
          var customerName = attributeCollection.getAttribute("CustomerName");  
          var startTime = app.get_start().format("MMM dd, yyyy HH:mm:ss");  
          attributeCollection.setAttribute("OriginalStartTime", startTime);  
     
          // Set the stateimage  
          var image = document.createElement("img");  
          image.setAttribute("src", '/Images/16x16/icons/' + StateIconName);  
          image.setAttribute("alt", 'IconImage');  
          image.setAttribute("ondragstart", 'javascript:return false;');  
     
          // If the appointment has a substate then show the substateimage  
          if (SubStateIconName != null) {  
            var image2 = document.createElement("img");  
            image2.setAttribute("src", '/Images/16x16/icons/' + SubStateIconName);  
            image2.setAttribute("alt", 'IconImage');  
            image2.setAttribute("ondragstart", 'javascript:return false;');  
          }  
     
          app.set_cssClass("rsCategory" + RsCategory);  
     
          // All appointments with ID 0 are script generated, they are not actually appointments within the database, thus must not be allowed to  
          // be edited/moved or resized in any way shape or form.  
          if (app.get_id() == 0) {  
            app.set_allowDelete(false);  
            app.set_allowEdit(false);  
          }  
     
          var divs = element.getElementsByTagName('div');  
          var result;  
          var innerHTML;  
          for (i = 0; i < divs.length; i++) {  
            // IE and its eternal spacing issues *sigh*  
            if ($telerik.$(divs[i]).is("div.rsAptContent")) {  
              result = divs[i];  
              innerHTML = result.innerHTML;  
              result.innerHTML = '';  
              result.appendChild(image);  
     
              // If the appointment has a substate then show the substateimage  
              if (SubStateIconName != null) { result.appendChild(image2); }  
     
              resultresult.innerHTML = result.innerHTML + innerHTML;  
              resultresult.innerHTML = result.innerHTML + "<br />";  
     
     
              AddTargetControl(app);  
            }  
          }  
        } 
  2. Answer
    Peter
    Admin
    Peter avatar
    6637 posts

    Posted 26 Sep 2009 Link to this post

    Hi,

    We use a sprite image to style the appointments. The sprite image contains the recurrence icon and can be found at:
    [your local installation of the Telerik.Web.UI suite]\Skins\[SkinName]\Scheduler->rsSprites.png

    In your case it would be better to simply cut the recurrence icon and use it independently from the entire sprite image.


    Regards,
    Peter
    the Telerik team

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