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Is there a way to iterate through each group by Resource item?

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Matthew asked on 19 Apr 2021, 04:51 AM

I would like to set some attributes to each group by item when binding the scheduler with appointments, filtered by some criterion.

My aim is to ultimately access this attribute via the DOM to then do further logic.

E.g.

'VB.Net
schedule.GroupBy = "FoodType"
 
'Other code...
 
Private Sub schedule_ResourceGroupByItemDataBound(sender As Object, e As EventArgs)
  Dim group = e.Item
  group.Attributes.Add("data-foodtypeid", group.Value)
End Sub
// Example case on the client
function schedule_Load(sender, args) {
  $("schedule [data-foodtypeid='1']").hide();
}

 

 

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Peter Milchev
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answered on 21 Apr 2021, 02:22 PM

Hello Matthew,

Can you please share what functionality exactly you are after as hiding elements in such a manner can break the appearance of the Scheduler and lead to unexpected behavior?

In the meantime, please check if this demo serves your purpose:

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answered on 22 Apr 2021, 06:55 AM

Hi Milchev, I am rapidly prototyping a workaround to do sub-grouping within the RadScheduler, since multiple grouping is not supported.

I want to be able to add attributes to the resources on the server, so on the client, I can read the attributes and do DOM manipulation.

The .hide() was a poor example, my bad. What I really want to do is append a common ID value for a resource, so when they are loaded on the scheduler, I can do DOM manipulation to move things around after each postback.

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