Thanks for the snippet, I appreciate it. It was helpful in solving the problem with passing that boolean value as query string.
I had encountered with weird issue (which I circumvent via custom code and usage of LINQ). I am not sure if it is a bug in Scheduler
or maybe I am using something not exactly right.
Basically if I try to update the single appointment out of whole range, I am getting EXDATE value appended improperly in the RecurrenceRule field and that distorts the picture on Scheduler view.
I use this methods:
Dim updateApp As Appointment = RadScheduler1.PrepareToEdit(app, MyApp.editRecurrenceSeries)
app is the appointment which is being picked from the Scheduler to work with. If MyApp.editRecirrenceSeries is false, new row gets inserted into database which is fine. The problem is that Parent row has EXDATE appended with the date of the parent row Start field, not Start field of app row.
Like I said I did override it with my custom code, but if you could advise something on the matter I would appreciate it.