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Jason asked on 28 Jul 2008, 03:17 AM
I want to use all the features of Recurring appointments although I need to be able to give the functionality for an admin to add appointments and select Offices from a tree and then what Roles in those offfices have what permissions. So the tree may look like this:

Office 1
------Manager
-------------------------View
-------------------------Edit
------Controler
-------------------------View
-------------------------Edit
------Employee Level 1
-------------------------View
-------------------------Edit
------Employee Level 2
-------------------------View
-------------------------Edit

Office 2
------Manager
-------------------------View
-------------------------Edit
------Controler
-------------------------View
-------------------------Edit
------Employee Level 1
-------------------------View
-------------------------Edit
------Employee Level 2
-------------------------View
-------------------------Edit

Office 3
------Manager
-------------------------View
-------------------------Edit
------Controler
-------------------------View
-------------------------Edit
------Employee Level 1
-------------------------View
-------------------------Edit
------Employee Level 2
-------------------------View
-------------------------Edit



This would be a RadTree with Checkboxes. The admin can then check which Permission, in which Role and which office. Storing the data and getting the result set is not a problem. The issue again is how to implement Recurring and how to put all this in a Form for the Scheduler.

I thought of using a RAD Window to do the Add and Editing of appointments although I'm not sure how to add the Recurring functionality in that and then communicate with the scheduler when I click Save.

I am using a SP to get the appointments so the logic to show the appointments of the user logged is done. I just pass the result back to Scheduler and it works well. That part I have completed.

Any ideas as to how I can accomplish this?

Thank You
Jason


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Simon
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answered on 29 Jul 2008, 02:24 PM
Hello Jason,

There are numerous WebUserControls in the installation directory of this live example which are used to build the shown Advanced Edit/Insert Forms.

You can use the SchedulerDefaultForm control (located under [Telerik.Web.UI Installation Directory]/Live Demos/Scheduler/Examples/AdvancedFormTemplate) as a reference for creating your own Web User Control for gathering Recurrence data from the user.

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