How to: Customize the Work-Week View (legacy)

NOTE

You are viewing documentation for the legacy WPF Scheduler control. If you're starting a new project, we strongly recommend that you use a new control declared in the DevExpress.Xpf.Scheduling namespace. If you decide to upgrade an existing project in order to switch to the updated scheduler control, see the Migration Guidelines document.

This example demonstrates how to customize the Work-Week View within the Scheduler control.

To do this, it is necessary to modify the WorkWeekView object accessed via the SchedulerControl.WorkWeekView property. To specify work days to be displayed within the WorkWeek View, use the SchedulerControl.WorkDays property.

<dxsch:SchedulerControl.WorkWeekView>
    <dxsch:WorkWeekView ShowFullWeek="False">
        <dxsch:WorkWeekView.AppointmentDisplayOptions>
            <dxsch:SchedulerDayViewAppointmentDisplayOptions ShowRecurrence="False" 
                    ShowReminder="False" 
                    TimeDisplayType="Text" 
                    StatusDisplayType="Never" 
                    StartTimeVisibility="Always" 
                    EndTimeVisibility="Always" />
        </dxsch:WorkWeekView.AppointmentDisplayOptions>
        <dxsch:WorkWeekView.WorkTime>
            <dxschcore:TimeOfDayInterval Start="09:30:00" End="18:30:00" />
        </dxsch:WorkWeekView.WorkTime>
        <dxsch:WorkWeekView.VisibleTime>
            <dxschcore:TimeOfDayInterval Start="08:00:00" End="20:00:00" />
        </dxsch:WorkWeekView.VisibleTime>
    </dxsch:WorkWeekView>
</dxsch:SchedulerControl.WorkWeekView>