In this RadSchedule demo, it mentions that you can use AllowMultipleValues for a resource to allow a many to many relationship. How do you do that with a SQL Server data source?
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answered on 10 Dec 2007, 07:12 AM
Hello Jason Kergosien,
Unfortunately, the standard data source controls are not suitable
for the purpose. A custom provider is needed in order to maintain the
many-to-many relationship (a cross-link table in this case). An
example of a provider that supports multiple resource values and stores
its data in an SQL database is available here. The documentation contains a detailed walk-through
of the process of creating this particular provider. The source code is
available in the App_Code/Scheduler folder of the live demos.
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