Initializes a new instance of the SchedulerControl class with default settings.
The following example demonstrates how to add the SchedulerControl to a form. Note that the Scheduler Control can be added to your scheduling application at both design-time and runtime.
By default, the SchedulerControl item is located in the DX.20.1:Scheduling toolbox tab of the Visual Studio IDE. So, to add the Scheduler Control to your project, simply drag the corresponding toolbox item, and drop it onto the form.
To add a Scheduler Control to a form at runtime, add references to the assemblies listed in the Deployment document. Subsequently create the SchedulerControl and the SchedulerStorage instances using default constructors, set the SchedulerControl.Storage property of the scheduler control and adjust control settings as required.
When you create a Scheduler Control in code, place all code that modifies control settings between the BeginInit() and EndInit() method calls. Otherwise, the control may try to apply these settings before it is fully initialized, which may cause performance issues and errors.
SchedulerControl scheduler = new SchedulerControl(); SchedulerDataStorage storage = new SchedulerDataStorage(); scheduler.BeginInit(); scheduler.Dock = DockStyle.Fill; scheduler.ActiveViewType = SchedulerViewType.WorkWeek; storage.AppointmentDependencies.AutoReload = false; storage.Appointments.AutoReload = false; storage.Resources.AutoReload = false; scheduler.DataStorage = storage; scheduler.EndInit(); form1.Controls.Add(scheduler);