Occurs when an appointment is dropped onto the Scheduler control.
public event AppointmentDragEventHandler AppointmentDrop
Public Event AppointmentDrop As AppointmentDragEventHandler
The AppointmentDrop event's data class is AppointmentDragEventArgs. The following properties provide information specific to this event:
|AdditionalAppointments||Provides access to the collection of the additional dragged appointments.|
|Allow||Specifies whether the appointment can be dragged along the time cells.|
|CopyEffect||Indicates whether the drop effect in a drag-and-drop appointment operation is Copy.|
|EditedAppointment||Gets the appointment being modified in the drag-and-drop event.|
|ForceUpdateFromStorage||Gets or sets whether the View is forced to query appointments from the storage.|
|HitInterval||Gets the time interval represented by the time cell to which an appointment was dragged.|
|HitResource||Gets the resource to which an appointment was dragged.|
|NewAppointmentResourceIds||Gets or sets the IDs of resources for a new appointment.|
|SourceAppointment||Gets the source appointment in the drag-and-drop event.|
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.
Use the AppointmentDrop event to manage, with the drag-and-drop action, appointments within the Scheduler control. Information, which is provided by the event’s argument properties, allows you to deny, cancel or handle specifically the event.
For instance, you have access to the appointment before dragging (the AppointmentDragEventArgs.SourceAppointment property), to the time interval where the appointment was dropped (the AppointmentDragEventArgs.HitInterval property), the resource associated with a new appointment location (the AppointmentDragEventArgs.HitResource property). The AppointmentDragEventArgs.NewAppointmentResourceIds property can be used for assignment of resources to a relocated appointment.