Currently, the RadScheduler does not have WAI-ARIA support:
The RecurrenceRule does not have the correct Exceptions when modifying the series. The behavior in Outlook is to clear all exceptions when modifying the series. The behavior in Google Calendar is to consider the exception and modify the recurrence rule accordingly. Create a recurrence appointment (starts on 20th Feb at 8:00 am, recurring daily), whose recurrence rule will be stored in the database as (Picture 1): DTSTART:20180220T080000Z DTEND:20180220T083000Z RRULE:FREQ=DAILY;INTERVAL=1;BYDAY=MO,TU,WE,TH,FR,SA,SU Further, I create an exception on 23rd Feb, which changes the start time to 8:15 am. This now, in Addition to inserting a new record for the exception, updates the master's recurrence rule to (Picture 2): DTSTART:20180220T080000Z DTEND:20180220T083000Z RRULE:FREQ=DAILY;INTERVAL=1;BYDAY=MO,TU,WE,TH,FR,SA,SU EXDATE:20180223T080000Z So far, so good. Now I edit the master and change its start date to 19th Feb. I expect, that the master keeps the exception for 23rd, but the result is another one. The exception record is kept unchanged as expected! BUT the EXDATE in the master is wrong (Picture 3): DTSTART:20180219T080000Z DTEND:20180219T083000Z RRULE:FREQ=DAILY;INTERVAL=1;BYDAY=MO,TU,WE,TH,FR,SA,SU EXDATE:20180222T080000Z
For a planner, it's very normal to have a list of tasks to be finished. And with each task, it will require different type of resources. In my case, the resource is the employee, which can have different skill sets. I want to be able to select the task, and based on the skill required by the task, to filter the employees as resource. Then based on the availability of the filtered employees, assign specific task to a specific employee. I think it's nature of the process for planning and scheduling. For some reason, radscheduler rebind on client side can't update the resource. According to Telerik's feed back, it seems only way to achieve this is to do a post back(partially by ajaxmanager or full). I am hoping it can be done as radgrid.
The scenario is described in this blog post -http://blogs.telerik.com/aspnet-ajax/posts/08-08-04/working-with-radscheduler-recurring-appointments-on-sql-server.aspx
This seems like a pretty basic need to not show this column. In my case the time is not needed and showing it clutters the view and adds confusion for teh end user making it so I really can't use it in these types of situations. Here is a Forum thread on the topic. http://www.telerik.com/community/forums/aspnet-ajax/scheduler/remove-time-column.aspx Thanks
One complaint I keep getting from my users is since changing to the “rad scheduler” from “day pilot” they cannot see as much on the screen and need to scroll much more, making it difficult to get an overview. This is when the dates and times are displayed down the left hand side. I want to be able to create a compact view, e.g. currently if I set the DayStartTime to 09:00 and DayEndTime to 21:00, each day needs to display the same time range, normally events would end by 17:00 but one day they end later so all other days need to show a larger than necessary time range.
There is an OnClientTimeSlotClick event that fires if the user clicks in a single time slot. If the user clicks in one time slot and drags to select multiple time slots before releasing the mouse button no event is fired. It would be useful if the existing event was fired in this case, or another event was added to fire in this case.