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samy
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samy asked on 23 Apr 2012, 01:49 PM
Hello,

I'm been working on a approx. 50 days/dev project using the Silverlight ScheduleView, but the client is wondering about the following features of the ScheduleView.

- Displaying multiple arbitrary days in one single view: is the ScheduleView able to display arbitrary days in a view, for example displaying a monday, leaving out the tuesday and displaying the wednesday on the same view. From what i understand it's possible to filter out these days, is that correct?

- Displaying custom day start and day end for each various day; is it possible to display a monday starting at 7am and ending at 11pm, and a tuesday starting at 9am and ending at 8pm?

- Drag and drop with autoscrolling: is it possible to have the schedule view scroll its viewport based on the viewport's edges when dragging and dropping an appointment on it?

- Adding interface components in the scheduleview "header": is it possible to customize the template for the header where one can select the active view and the displayed date?

Thank you very much for these answers
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Konstantina
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answered on 25 Apr 2012, 01:40 PM
Hi,

I will answer your questions point by point:
1) You could achieve that using the GroupFilter property of the ViewDefinition. Please find attached a sample project which illustrates this feature - it is for WPF, but the logic is the same for Silverlight.
2) I am sorry, but this cannot be achieved with the current implement
3) This feature is in progress and it will be available in the upcoming version of the controls.
4) If you want to completely change the header I can suggest you to hide it using the NavigationHeaderVisibility="Collapsed" property and add your custom control with commands. The same approach is used in the First Look example of the ScheduleView.

Hope this information is helpful.

All the best,
Konstantina
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