If you try to do the same thing in the agenda view nothing happens.
Is there a way to make the agenda view allow double clicking in the same way as the month view?
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By design it is not supported scenario but you can add a eventTemplate button that can provide such possibility for update as done here- http://dojo.telerik.com/@zdravkov/AleZu.
You can also hook on the subject container element as it is node here- http://dojo.telerik.com/@zdravkov/eZEse/3
Hope this will help you solve the issue.
Your examples got me most of the way there, but I used a table row selector so that double clicking anywhere in the agenda item loaded the event editor.
By design, the purpose of this view is to revise the already created schedule. The entire view is not editable and has no slots, unlike the other views, which are made with this purpose in mind.
While the previous reply from my colleague described how to manually achieve editing in the Agenda view - I would suggest you log a feature request in our public feedback portal, containing your idea and a brief explanation of what you expect to have as a layout in that view:
From a design perspective that doesn't make sense. How are you going to revise an already created event, if you cannot open it for editing?
So we are clear, I have already update this in my usage of it. I am just trying to figure out why it would not have been included. I am going to just assume it was an oversight and that's ok.
Hello Joshua and thank you for the follow-up,
You can use eventTemplate, in order to show the needed content of the event, hence, make all of the needed information available. You just need to define it for the agenda view, and construct the layout, as demonstrated in the following documentation article: