Thank you for writing back.
By design the purpose of the RadGanttView
control is to display tasks along a timeline. In this respect it is essential for a data item to have defined Start
Since you need to store null dates in your database and you still want to populate these items in the RadGanttView
, the best option at the moment would be to use unbound mode: Populating with Data Programmatically
. This approach however requires that you keep track of the changes of the populated items in the RadGanttView
and update the database accordingly.
Could you please provide us with additional information as to what exactly you are trying to accomplish? How do you imagine an item with a null start and end dates to be painted in the graphical view, what values should be displayed in the corresponding text view? Please send us as detailed information as possible of your task, this is the best way for us to deliver adequate support.
I hope this information is useful. Looking forward to your reply.