When going into edit mode of an appointment, a small popup is shown before editing. In this popup I get the choice to :
Edit only this occurrence, Edit the series. I would like to bypass this popup.
Now, I've seen other posts about this with this solution :
It seems though, that adding OnClientAppointmentClick , or any other 'OnClient' event are not responding.
Any idea what it could be ?
5 Answers, 1 is accepted
This pop-up appears when you try to edit a reccurence appointment. To be able to bypass the pop-up you'll need to subscribe to the OnClientAppointmentClick event as you did and to the OnClientRecurrenceActionDialogShowing event. Here's the code of the handlers:
The second handler cancels the showing of the dialog pop-up and the first is needed for opening the Edit Advanced Form.
Find the full code in the attached .zip file.
All the best,
the Telerik team
Thanks very much!
Initially it didn't seem to work. I figured out what I did wrong.
So a tip for everyone reading this.
When I use the xml provider all serverside functions work fine; But when I use Databinding (a List) and the OnClient functions combined, it seems to prevent all serverside events to fire (insert/delete/update).
Is it not possible with Databinding ?
There is no limitation for server-side events not to fire when binding to a list. Make sure you're not calling the DataBind() method directly and you're only setting the DataSource property.
Could you please send me the code so I can help you?
Meanwhile you can use this help topic on binding a RadScheduler to a generic list and the related example as a reference.
the Telerik team
Late reply. I tried to find out what the problem was. It had to do with the way we were binding data.
The problem is solved, but unfortunately I wasn't able to reproduce the exact cause.