Unplanned
Last Updated: 20 Jan 2021 09:34 by ADMIN
Durga
Created on: 23 Sep 2020 18:17
Category: Scheduler
Type: Feature Request
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Expose RecurrenceEditor component

I have a requirement to design our own custom add/edit template form for scheduler control.

I looked at  custom edit form example and found very helpful, However this example does not demonstrate how to use RecurrenceEditor and use them in custom template.

3 comments
ADMIN
Marin Bratanov
Posted on: 20 Jan 2021 09:34

Hello Linda,

I must note that we don't support public usage of this component either. It is part of the inner workings of the scheduler and has to be public because that's the limitation of the framework - all components are public. It is not intended or ready for public use yet, however. You can click the Follow button on this page to get notified when and how such a component is exposed publicly.

As for your other troubles with recurrence, working with recurrence in SQL and the highly specific use case - let's discuss them in your private ticket, they are not related to this component, nor to our tools (that focus on the UI part of your app, not its business logic), nor even to Blazor as a framework - this, I propose we don't spam everyone else following this thread.

 

Regards,
Marin Bratanov
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Linda
Posted on: 19 Jan 2021 19:25

You can add the Recurrence Editor By Adding this to your code:

 

<Telerik.Blazor.Components.Scheduler.EditForm.RecurrenceEditor.RecurrenceEditor @bind-Rule="@objReservation.RecurrenceRule" />

 

However, be warned, if you are using SQL Database, and need this information on reports, you're going to be SOL, because they won't compile the dll in .net Framework, which you need in order to create a UDF for SQL, there is an older version on their blog, that you can use, but it's based on RFC 2445 instead of the new RFC 5545, and when you ask for support, they will just tell you that they don't support it.  So, the recurrence rules are essentially useless if reports are needed.

Josh
Posted on: 08 Dec 2020 14:57
We have the same requirement. The UI provided out of the box for add/edit template did not meet our UI conventions, but the ReccuranceEditor would save us a decent amount of work if we had the ability to leverage it within our custom edit form on a scheduler.

Bump!