Hello, this is for the list of columns on the left side of the Gantt, called TreeListView. If it would be possible to add additional columns that we select or implement during data binding, for example: Duration, other dates, description, task type, and many others that the client will select dynamically, so they must not be a static list of columns. Thank you, -Sam
In the RadGantt, when using WebServices with the Gantt, there is no OnClientRequestEnd client side event. We have a scenario where we're wanting to be able to track whether or not an insert/update event succeeded (and update a control elsewhere on our page if it did) or failed (and show an alert if it didn't). however there is currently no event handler for when WebService requests from the RadGantt have completed.
I would like to use the RadGantt control in combination with my own RadWindow that would pop up as an edit control when clicking on a row in the treeview control of that object. There currently appear to be no client side events on the treeview. I would like the treeview to have a third mode that is not exactly "ReadOnly=True" or "ReadOnly=False", but would allow the row to be highlighted on click. The row data would not be editable, and clicking anywhere in a row would raise a client side event that I could trap. Thanks for considering.
I am migrating MS Project Documents into Line of Business application into web pages. Which means everything MS Project can do, my client expect the telerik controls to do! I would like features as seen in https://www.officetimeline.com/plus Which means I can summarize the status of a project. Which means I can use the mouse wheel and the 'Ctrl' key to zoom in and out of a project. Initially this would be like changing from 'Day' view all the way thro to 'Year' view, but unlike pressing this buttons, I am still centered on in on that date much like in https://soundcloud.com/explore but its not music but a date on a timeline. So if SoundCloud was for Project timelines that would be good. This also have cross over for the Scheduler calender Timeline.