What is the RecurrenceParentID

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  1. The KID
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    May 2008

    Posted 24 Jun 2008 Link to this post

    Hi

    I'm new to the scheduler and I can't figure out what the RecurrenceParentID is? Then as long as I'm starting a thread, if anyone could explain an eloquent way of calendar filtering. I guess telerik calls it 'Resources'. Basically I want to adapt one the teleril examples where you could see the calendar for different people or all at the same time. I would like to have three check boxes to the side of my calendar that if the the box is checked those calendar appointments will show. Anyone know a good way about accomplishing this?

    Thanks

    Mike
  2. Simon
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    Posted 27 Jun 2008 Link to this post

    Hello Mike,

    The RecurrenceParentID is the ID of the master appointment which is stored in the database. For more information please review this topic: Working with Recurring Appointments.

    The CheckBox filtering could be achieved by slightly modifying the code in this live demo of ours - Defining Resources.

    I have attached the modified version of the page to this post. Please download it and examine it.

    It would be best if you first back up the old page (in the installation directory of RadControls for ASP.NET AJAX) and then replace it with the attached to observe the approach in action.

    Best wishes,
    Simon
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  4. Bill Togkas
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    Posted 07 Feb 2012 Link to this post

    Broken link Working with Recurring Appointments. Please fix
  5. Shinu
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    Posted 08 Feb 2012 Link to this post

    Hello Bill,

    Here is the link for the documentation.
    Working with Recurring Appointments.

    -Shinu.
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