ResourceTreeControl.Commands Property

Provides access to the set of available resource tree commands.

Namespace: DevExpress.Xpf.Scheduling

Assembly: DevExpress.Xpf.Scheduling.v20.2.dll

Declaration

public ResourceTreeCommands Commands { get; set; }
Public Property Commands As ResourceTreeCommands

Property Value

Type Description
ResourceTreeCommands

A DevExpress.Xpf.Scheduling.ResourceTreeCommands object that provides a set of resource tree commands.

Remarks

You can use the Commands property to programmatically execute a resource tree command.

The example below illustrates how to substitute the default DeleteCommand execution with a custom method defined in the ViewModel using the DXCommand binding tool.

             <dxsch:ResourceTreeControl Name="resourceTreeControl" Scheduler="{Binding ElementName=scheduler}">
                <dxsch:ResourceTreeControl.Commands >
                    <dxsch:ResourceTreeCommands DeleteCommand="{DXCommand Execute='MyDeleteCommand(@e(resourceTreeControl))'}" />
                </dxsch:ResourceTreeControl.Commands>
            </dxsch:ResourceTreeControl>
        public void MyDeleteCommand(DevExpress.Xpf.Scheduling.ResourceTreeControl resourceTree) {
            //obtain the handle of the row for which the menu has been invoked
            int selectedRowHandle = resourceTree.TreeList.GetSelectedNodes()[0].RowHandle;
            //check whether the menu has been invoked for a group row
            if (resourceTree.TreeView.GetNodeByRowHandle(selectedRowHandle).HasChildren) {
                //iterate through resources in the group and clear their Group property value
                TreeListNodeIterator nodeIterator = new TreeListNodeIterator(resourceTree.TreeList.GetSelectedNodes()[0].Nodes);
                while (nodeIterator.MoveNext())
                    (resourceTree.TreeList.GetRow(nodeIterator.Current.RowHandle) as ResourceItem).Group = null;
            }
            //remove the row for which the menu has been invoked
            resourceTree.TreeView.DeleteNode(selectedRowHandle);
        }
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