is not designed to display the resources in a grid. It uses a SchedulerResourceHeaderCellElement
to display the resource's name/image. In this case I can suggest you two approaches:1.
Add a RadGridView
next to the RadScheduler
control and populate the grid with the desired data. However, the tricky part here would be aligning the grid's resources with the scheduler's resources which may not be so easy as it looks.2.
You can create a custom SchedulerResourceHeaderCellElement
and add any inner elements that you need in the cell. Then, using a custom SchedulerElementProvider
you will need to replace the default SchedulerResourceHeaderCellElement
with your custom one. The following help article demonstrates how to create a custom element that RadScheduler
uses and replace it in the element provider:https://docs.telerik.com/devtools/winforms/controls/scheduler/fundamentals/scheduler-element-provider-
Feel free to use this approach which suits your custom requirements best.
I hope this information helps. If you need any further assistance please don't hesitate to contact me.
Dess | Tech Support Engineer, Sr.
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