Occurs before the Go To Date form is invoked.
NuGet Package: DevExpress.Wpf.Scheduler
public event GotoDateFormEventHandler GotoDateFormShowing
Public Event GotoDateFormShowing As GotoDateFormEventHandler
The GotoDateFormShowing event's data class is GotoDateFormEventArgs. The following properties provide information specific to this event:
|AllowResize||Gets or sets a value indicating whether end users are allowed to resize the form. Inherited from FormShowingEventArgs.|
|Cancel||Gets or sets the value indicating whether to cancel invoking the form. Inherited from FormShowingEventArgs.|
|Date||Gets the initial date shown in the Go To Date dialog.|
|Form||Gets or sets the form which will be invoked. Inherited from FormShowingEventArgs.|
|SchedulerViewType||Gets the initial View type shown in the Go To Date dialog.|
|SizeToContent||Obsolete. This property is obsolete. Inherited from FormShowingEventArgs.|
|ViewModel||Gets or sets the View Model for the form which will be invoked. Inherited from FormShowingEventArgs.|
|Views||Gets the repository of Views that can be selected in the Go To Date dialog.|
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Handle the GotoDateFormShowing event to perform actions before the Go To Date dialog is shown. For instance, substitute the standard dialog with a custom one.
This dialog can be invoked either by an end-user, or via the SchedulerControl.ShowGotoDateForm method. Note that the date and view type shown in the Go To Date dialog, can be obtained via the GotoDateFormEventArgs.Date and GotoDateFormEventArgs.SchedulerViewType properties, correspondingly.