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Time and Date Arrangement In RadScheduler

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johnson lim
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johnson lim asked on 23 Apr 2010, 10:58 AM
Hi, i am facing a problem in RadScheduler :
Can i have this kind of arrangement in RadScheduler ?

                -----------------------------------------------------------
                      Date 1                         |    Date 2                      
                 ----------------------------------------------------------------------
                    7am        | 1pm               | 7am           | 7pm
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My coding is as below   :
 
            Dim cResourceType As New Telerik.Web.UI.ResourceType 
 
            cResourceType.DataSource = getLineName() 
 
            cResourceType.Name = "Line" 
            cResourceType.KeyField = "LineNum" 
            cResourceType.TextField = "LineName" 
            cResourceType.ForeignKeyField = "LineNum" 
            RadScheduler1.ResourceTypes.Add(cResourceType) 
 
 
 
            RadScheduler1.GroupBy = "Line,Date" 
 
 
            RadScheduler1.GroupingDirection = GroupingDirection.Vertical 
            RadScheduler1.SelectedView = SchedulerViewType.MultiDayView 
 
            RadScheduler1.TimeLabelRowSpan = 12 '10 '23 ' 12 '24 
            RadScheduler1.DayStartTime = TimeSpan.Parse("07:00:00") 
            RadScheduler1.DayEndTime = TimeSpan.Parse("23:59:59") 
            RadScheduler1.MinutesPerRow = 60 
 
            RadScheduler1.WorkDayStartTime = TimeSpan.Parse("00:00:00") 
            RadScheduler1.WorkDayEndTime = TimeSpan.Parse("23:59:59") 
 
            RadScheduler1.ShowFooter = False 
 
            'RadScheduler1.DayEndTime = TimeSpan.Parse(DayEnd.SelectedValue) 
            'RadScheduler1.TimelineView.NumberOfSlots = 1 
 
            RadScheduler1.SelectedDate = mdsResult.Tables(0).Rows(0)("StartDate") 
            RadScheduler1.DataSource = mdsResult 
            RadScheduler1.DataBind() 

Attach here is the output of my coding:

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Peter
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answered on 23 Apr 2010, 01:38 PM
Hello johnson,

Thank you for your question.

Skipping hours is not supported by RadScheduler but we might consider such functionality for the future.

Greetings,
Peter
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