The control used to display hierarchically ordered resources for the SchedulerControl.
[ComVisible(false)] [ToolboxBitmap(typeof(FakeClassInRootNamespace), "Bitmaps256.ResourcesTree.bmp")] [Docking(DockingBehavior.Ask)] public class ResourcesTree : TreeList, IDisposable, ISupportInitialize, IResourceTreeControllerOwner
<ComVisible(False)> <ToolboxBitmap(GetType(FakeClassInRootNamespace), "Bitmaps256.ResourcesTree.bmp")> <Docking(DockingBehavior.Ask)> Public Class ResourcesTree Inherits TreeList Implements IDisposable, ISupportInitialize, IResourceTreeControllerOwner
To obtain data for display, the Resources Tree control is bound to the SchedulerControl via the ResourcesTree.SchedulerControl property. Resource data requires an additional field that specifies the parent node for the current resource, as described in the Hierarchical Resource Specifics document.
The ResourcesTree class inherits from the TreeList class and uses only a subset of properties and methods of the base class. You are advised against using properties and methods inherited from the TreeList class in your application unless they are overridden.
Not all the functionality of the TreeList is available for the ResourcesTree control. Among others, the Custom Sorting feature is not supported.
The following picture illustrates the ResourcesTreeControl filled with sample data.