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RADScheduler in SharePoint list (as datasource)

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Aroh Shukla
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Aroh Shukla asked on 21 Nov 2008, 07:08 PM
Hi Admin,

I have used a RADScheduler in SharePoint list as datasource (members in SharePoint group) and very similar to example in http://demos.telerik.com/ASPNET/Prometheus/Scheduler/Examples/Resources/DefaultCS.aspx

I used web part (NOT user control or SmartPart, but VS.NET 2008 IDE) and this the code:


namespace RADSchedulerWP    
2 {    
3     [Guid("ebb5c169-13bf-488e-a8dc-299f39eabb9b")]    
4     public class RADSchedulerWP : System.Web.UI.WebControls.WebParts.WebPart    
5     {    
6         public RADSchedulerWP()    
7         {    
8         }    
9    
10         private DropDownList allUsers;    
11         private RadScheduler theScheduler = null;    
12    
13         protected override void OnInit(EventArgs e)    
14         {    
15             base.OnInit(e);    
16    
17             // Check for all USERS (Memeber)the in SharePoint Grp.    
18             SPWeb web = SPControl.GetContextWeb(Context);    
19             allUsers = new DropDownList();    
20    
21             allUsers.Items.Insert(0, new ListItem("Please select...""0"));    
22    
23             foreach (SPUser user in web.AllUsers)    
24             {    
25                 allUsers.Items.Add(user.Name);    
26             }    
27    
28             this.Controls.Add(this.allUsers);    
29    
30             // Create the table that will hold the toolbar and the calendar    
31             HtmlTable theMainTable = new HtmlTable();    
32             theMainTable.Width = "100%";    
33             theMainTable.CellPadding = 0;    
34             theMainTable.CellSpacing = 0;    
35             theMainTable.Border = 0;    
36             this.Controls.Add(theMainTable);    
37    
38             // Create the row and the cell for the calendar    
39             HtmlTableRow calendarRow = new HtmlTableRow();    
40             theMainTable.Rows.Add(calendarRow);    
41             HtmlTableCell calendarCell = new HtmlTableCell();    
42             calendarRow.Cells.Add(calendarCell);    
43    
44             CheckScriptManager();    
45    
46             theScheduler = new RadScheduler();    
47             theScheduler.Skin = "Office2007";    
48             // Disable the timeline view    
49             theScheduler.TimelineView.UserSelectable = false;    
50             theScheduler.Width = new Unit(800, UnitType.Pixel);    
51             theScheduler.Height = new Unit(600, UnitType.Pixel);    
52             theScheduler.OverflowBehavior = OverflowBehavior.Expand;    
53             theScheduler.Provider = new ListSchedulerProvider();    
54             theScheduler.SelectedView = SchedulerViewType.WeekView;    
55    
56             // The following line plus the CSS classes added in the Default.aspx    
57             // caused the appointments to cross the boundary of the month cell    
58             theScheduler.MonthView.VisibleAppointmentsPerDay = 5;    
59             //theScheduler.ShowAdvancedEditForm = true;    
60    
61             this.Controls.Add(theScheduler);    
62       
63    
64         }    
65    
66         private ScriptManager CheckScriptManager()    
67         {    
68             ScriptManager sm = ScriptManager.GetCurrent(Page);    
69             if (sm == null)    
70             {    
71                 if (Page.Form != null)    
72                 {    
73                     sm = new ScriptManager();    
74                     sm.ID = Page.Form.ID + "_ScriptManager";    
75                     Page.Form.Controls.Add(sm);    
76                 }    
77             }    
78    
79             return sm;    
80         }    
81    
82         protected override void CreateChildControls()    
83         {    
84             base.CreateChildControls();    
85    
86             // TODO: add custom rendering code here.    
87             Label label = new Label();    
88             label.Text = "Demo RADScheduler!";    
89             this.Controls.Add(label);    
90    
91         }    
92    
93         public class ListSchedulerProvider : SchedulerProviderBase    
94         {    
95             public override void Delete(RadScheduler owner, Appointment appointmentToDelete)    
96             {    
97    
98             }    
99    
100             public override System.Collections.Generic.IEnumerable<Appointment> GetAppointments(RadScheduler owner)    
101             {    
102                 List<Appointment> appointmentsList = new List<Appointment>();    
103    
104                 Appointment newAppt = new Appointment();    
105                 newAppt.Start = new DateTime(2008, 7, 14, 0, 0, 0);    
106                 newAppt.End = newAppt.Start.AddDays(1);    
107                 newAppt.ID = Guid.NewGuid();    
108                 newAppt.Subject = "All Day 1";    
109                 newAppt.ToolTip = "All Day 1";    
110                 newAppt.RecurrenceState = RecurrenceState.NotRecurring;    
111                 appointmentsList.Add(newAppt);    
112    
113                 newAppt = new Appointment();    
114                 newAppt.Start = new DateTime(2008, 7, 14, 0, 0, 0);    
115                 newAppt.End = newAppt.Start.AddDays(1);    
116                 newAppt.ID = Guid.NewGuid();    
117                 newAppt.Subject = "All Day 2";    
118                 newAppt.ToolTip = "All Day 2";    
119                 newAppt.RecurrenceState = RecurrenceState.NotRecurring;    
120                 appointmentsList.Add(newAppt);    
121    
122                 newAppt = new Appointment();    
123                 newAppt.Start = new DateTime(2008, 7, 14, 0, 0, 0);    
124                 newAppt.End = newAppt.Start.AddDays(1);    
125                 newAppt.ID = Guid.NewGuid();    
126                 newAppt.Subject = "All Day 3";    
127                 newAppt.ToolTip = "All Day 3";    
128                 newAppt.RecurrenceState = RecurrenceState.NotRecurring;    
129                 appointmentsList.Add(newAppt);    
130    
131                 return appointmentsList;    
132             }    
133    
134             public override System.Collections.Generic.IEnumerable<ResourceType> GetResourceTypes(RadScheduler owner)    
135             {    
136                 return null;    
137             }    
138    
139             public override System.Collections.Generic.IEnumerable<Resource> GetResourcesByType(RadScheduler owner, string resourceType)    
140             {    
141                 return null;    
142             }    
143    
144             public override void Insert(RadScheduler owner, Appointment appointmentToInsert)    
145             {    
146    
147             }    
148    
149             public override void Update(RadScheduler owner, Appointment appointmentToUpdate)    
150             {    
151    
152             }    
153         }    
154     }    
155 }    
156    



Now I have couple of questions:

1) I need to attach my dropdownlist (SharePoint DataSource) to scheduler with excatly same result as the example aforementioned. (http://demos.telerik.com/ASPNET/Prometheus/Scheduler/Examples/Resources/DefaultCS.aspx, Defining resources). For e.g. If in dropdownlist my name is selected then only my appointment / event is selected without refresh. I guess its done through AJAX.

2) In the EditForm, under "More details", instead of Room, I have to have a event category

like Business trip, Vacation, sick leave with proper color code.
For e.g. for business trip - color could be blue, vacation - could could be pink.

Could you please advice on this and how can i achieve this?
Web Part code would be very helpful.

Thanks.

Cheers,
Aroh

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Dimitar Milushev
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answered on 25 Nov 2008, 01:39 PM
Hello Aroh Shukla,

Please review my answer to your other post - http://www.telerik.com/community/forums/aspnet-ajax/scheduler/radscheduler-in-sharepoint-list.aspx

Kind regards,
Dimitar Milushev
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