Provides options which define how appointments should be displayed when the currently active view is the Week View.
NuGet Package: DevExpress.Wpf.Scheduler
public class SchedulerWeekViewAppointmentDisplayOptions : SchedulerAppointmentDisplayOptions
Public Class SchedulerWeekViewAppointmentDisplayOptions Inherits SchedulerAppointmentDisplayOptions
Related API Members
The following members return SchedulerWeekViewAppointmentDisplayOptions objects:
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Use the SchedulerWeekViewAppointmentDisplayOptions class members to specify how appointments should be displayed in the Week View. The SchedulerWeekViewAppointmentDisplayOptions object is returned by the WeekView.AppointmentDisplayOptions property of the WeekView object.
This example demonstrates how to customize the Week View within the Scheduler control.
To do this, it is necessary to modify the WeekView object accessed via the SchedulerControl.WeekView property.
<dxsch:SchedulerControl.WeekView> <dxsch:WeekView> <dxsch:WeekView.AppointmentDisplayOptions> <dxsch:SchedulerWeekViewAppointmentDisplayOptions ShowRecurrence="True" ShowReminder="True" StartTimeVisibility="Never" EndTimeVisibility="Never" /> </dxsch:WeekView.AppointmentDisplayOptions> </dxsch:WeekView> </dxsch:SchedulerControl.WeekView>
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