A calendar view that displays the entire week including non-working days.
public class DxSchedulerWeekView : DxSchedulerDayViewBase
The Week view is a calendar view that displays days in a week, including non-working days.
To show the Week view with initilal settings, add the DxSchedulerWeekView component to the markup:
<DxScheduler Id="scheduler" StartDate="@(DateTime.Today)" DataStorage="@DataStorage"> <DxSchedulerWorkWeekView> </DxSchedulerWorkWeekView> </DxScheduler>
The scheduler with default settings is shown below.
You can change settings to adjust the view, as illustrated in the following code snippet:
<DxScheduler Id="scheduler" StartDate="@(DateTime.Today)" DataStorage="@DataStorage"> <DxSchedulerWeekView ShowWorkTimeOnly="false" TimeIndicatorVisibility="SchedulerTimeIndicatorVisibility.Never" TimeScale="@(new TimeSpan(0,15,0))" WorkTime="@(new DxSchedulerTimeSpanRange(TimeSpan.FromHours(9), TimeSpan.FromHours(18)))" VisibleTime="@(new DxSchedulerTimeSpanRange(TimeSpan.FromHours(8), TimeSpan.FromHours(19)))" > </DxSchedulerWeekView> </DxScheduler>
The code above applies the following changes:
The time scale (time row interval) is set to 15 minutes.
Work time starts at 9 AM and ends at 6 PM, Saturday and Sunday are non-working days (default setting).
The view's visible interval is set from 8 AM to 7 PM. Time cells outside the working time interval has gray background.
The current time indicator (a straight line that indicates the current time) is hidden.
The picture below demonstrates how these settings affect the view.