Errors on Schedular

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  1. DS
    DS avatar
    3 posts
    Member since:
    Dec 2009

    Posted 08 Jan 2012 Link to this post

    Hi,

    I'm using the scheduler version Ajax Q3 2009 SP2
    I encountered few weird behaviors:

    1. When I create a new appointment, the appointment is created several hours later. For example, if I set the appointment on 3:00-4:00, it will be created on 11:00-12:00
    2. After creating the appointment i try to change the the end time by dragging the bottom border of the appointment down. The border is dragged but the browser (IE8) is refreshed and the change does not take effect.
    3. When creating a new appointment and pressing "Options":
    a. There's a "!" image on the right upper corner of the subject
    b. When i press save, i get the following error: 'ValidatorUpdateDisplay' is undefined

    Please advice,

    Thanks
  2. Richard
    Richard avatar
    479 posts
    Member since:
    Nov 2011

    Posted 09 Jan 2012 Link to this post

    Avi:

    Regarding your first issue:

    "When I create a new appointment, the appointment is created several hours later. For example, if I set the appointment on 3:00-4:00, it will be created on 11:00-12:00"


    This could be caused if your client machine is in a different time zone from your server.

    You should refer to the Handling Time Zones documentation page and the "Scheduler/Time Zones" demo at http://demos.telerik.com/aspnet-ajax/scheduler/examples/timezones/defaultcs.aspx for insights on working with the TimeZoneOffset property (a TimeSpan indicating the difference (offset) between internal (UTC) and display time).

    Also, regarding your issue:

    3a: "There's a "!" image on the right upper corner of the subject"
    This is standard behavior and can be reproduced with the online "Scheduler / First Look" demo at http://demos.telerik.com/aspnet-ajax/scheduler/examples/outlook2007/defaultcs.aspx. There's an alert icon added when the subject line is empty and it disappears once text is added to the subject.

    Hope this is helpful!
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