We have to implement a Semesterview (see attachment) for our customers. In this view the dates are grouped by their weekdays. We are now considering using a kendo scheduler for this task, but we don't know whether it can be done. We have seen that there exist diefferent "views" like "Day", "WorkWeek", "Week", "Agenda" and so on - so we came up with the idea of implementing a custom view in the same manner? Is this possible and useful?
Thanks in advance and best regards
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Indeed, the best way to accomplish your goal is to implement a custom view, because the built-in views does not provide such functionality as the depicted in the attached image. You can check this code library, which shows in basic lines how to implement a custom view for the widget. Please note that the widget does not group events by dates, hence you will need to add a field to the events that carries the information about the related weekday.
I would like to inform you that implementation of custom functionality falls out of the scope of the standard support service. If you need further assistance, I would suggest you contact our partners network.
I am almost done implementing the required custom view but now I am facing problem printing that thing. I have a request at http://stackoverflow.com/questions/33203415/placement-of-absolutely-positioned-elements-incorrect-when-printing/33211813#33211813 but no-one seems to understand the problem. I did see however, that you guys somehow managed to accomlish it in your scheduler views. What do I have to consider in order for correct printing of the absolutely positioned events within the scheduler?
Resizing works now as expected - but printing still creates a huge mess! :-/
The browser window has to have an exact size for the view to print as expected. I see that in the default views this seems not to be an issue. What am I doing wrong??
In general, every view has at least one group. That is why every view should have a defined groups collection. This particular like was added on Apr 7, 2014 to fix a bug in Chrome.
As to the last question, I am afraid that the given information is not sufficient to understand the issue. In general, during print/export the widget should be sized properly to avoid mis-shifted cells. My assumption is the 'mess' is related to an improper styling.