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B asked on 01 Aug 2010, 04:29 PM
I'm using a web service as the datasource to load appointments into RadScheduler.  Does the ajax LoadingPanel work with a web service?  I can't seem to get it to display when navigating appointment in the RadScheduler.

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answered on 02 Aug 2010, 02:54 PM
Hello B,

When binding to a Web Service RadScheduler does not postback to the page and the appointments are rendered on the client. That's the reason you can not ajaxify it (add Ajax Loading Panel).

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answered on 02 Aug 2010, 04:37 PM
yes, thank you , i realized that.  but is there a busy indicator that works with the asp.net ajax scheduler when using a webservice? 

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I've been playing around with both your Silverlight and Asp.Net ajax Schedulers.  I find that the rendering in the Asp.Net ajax version is A LOT slower than the Silverlight version (against the same database).  It would be nice to display a busy indicator on the ajax version.  Any suggestions much appreciated.

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I'm also trying to figure out which Scheduler to use (Silverlight or Asp.Net ajax) for a scheduling solution.  I'm currently leaning towards the Silverlight version for performance and the fact it renders perfectly (i've had rendering issues with the ajax version...the scheduler width will grow when i make the page wider, but will not shrink when i make the page smaller.)  I also like the multi-checkbox drop down on resources versus the list of checkboxes in the advanced editor in the ajax version.  Your thoughts/recommendation? 
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Veronica
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answered on 05 Aug 2010, 04:51 PM
Hello B,

We are planning to implement a busy indicator in future versions. At this moment I can not think of an alternative.

It is your choice which Scheduler you will use - Silverlight or ASP.NET AJAX version.
You can compare them by looking at their help topics:

Silverlight RadScheduler help topic

ASP.NET AJAX RadScheduler help topic 

and demos:

Silverlight RadScheduler demos

ASP.NET AJAX RadScheduler demos

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