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RadScheduler for Silverlight Q1 SP2 2010
June, 28, 2010
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<%@ServiceHost Service="Telerik.Reporting.Service.ReportService, Telerik.Reporting.Service, Version=184.108.40.2063, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=A9D7983DFCC261BE" %>
// this gets all occurrences within some interval of time, in this case: +- 100 days from today, ORDERED BY Start
var appToReturn = occurrence.Appointment.Copy();
appToReturn.Start = occurrence.Start;
appToReturn.End = occurrence.End;
4. Next step is to make our report use the method we have just created.
From the ToolBox drag and drop on the designer surface an ObjectDataSource control. The ObjectDataSource control represents a data object that acts as a data-interface for the data bound controls. To configure it we have to choose Select a Business Object->Scheduler Reports->Report1-> <GetAllAppointmentsFlatted>.
5. Once having the report data, we should take care of how it will look like. The design in the article is achieved with several TextBoxes arranged like so:
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