Missing resource attributes on client side

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  1. mgs
    mgs avatar
    2 posts
    Member since:
    May 2011

    Posted 11 Oct 2011 Link to this post

    Hi,

    I'm using the scheduler control in TimelineView only. I set the following custom attributes on resources server side in the OnDataBound event, example:

     

     

    resource.Attributes.Add("StartTime", "08:00"); 
    resource.Attributes.Add("EndTime", "16:00");

     


    These are the start time and end time of each individual resource's working hours, and are in my code loaded from a database. These attributes are used server side in the OnTimeSlotCreated event successfully.

    In my application, I need to check if an appointment is moved outside of the resource's working hours, and then display a javascript alert warning the user from the OnClientAppointmentMoveEnd event.

    From my JavaScript, if I attemp the following I am able to retrive the attributes correctly:

     

     

    var startTime = scheduler.get_resources().getResource(0).get_attributes().getAttribute("StartTime");

    If I attempt to retrieve the attributes from the event arguments using the following code, the attributes don't exist:
     

    var startTime = eventArgs.get_targetSlot().get_resource().get_attributes().getAttribute("StartTime");

    If I call the following function, I am able to get the resource correctly, it's just the attributes that are blank:

    var resource = eventArgs.get_targetSlot().get_resource();

    Is there any way i can retrive my resource attributes successfully from the event arguments or from the scheduler.get_resources() based on the resource key? Optionally, how can i find the index of a resource from the resource collection by the resource key so I can use the getResource(index) function?

    I'm using version 2011.1.413.40.

    Thanks

     

  2. Ivana
    Admin
    Ivana avatar
    657 posts

    Posted 14 Oct 2011 Link to this post

    Hello Mgs,

    I have prepared a sample web page for you, which shows how the resources defined for the RadScheduler could be accessed in client-side code using the RadScheduler client-side object and the clicked appointment.
    The sample page is attached to the message, you can download it and give it a try.

    Hope this helps.

    All the best,
    Ivana
    the Telerik team
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