List Editors are used by List Views to display object collections in a UI. Scheduling List Editors are designed to present and manage scheduling information in an efficient manner. These List Editors are targeted for objects that implement the IEvent interface from the Business Class Library. The SchedulerListEditorBase class declares members common to all the built-in Scheduling List Editors.
The SchedulerListEditorBase is an abstract class and cannot be instantiated. However, it exposes useful public events that are not defined in the base ListEditor class. The following table lists them.
|SchedulerListEditorBase.ExceptionEventCreated||Event||Occurs when an exceptional Event occurrence is created.|
|SchedulerListEditorBase.ResourceDataSourceCreating||Event||Occurs before the resources data source has been instantiated.|
|SchedulerListEditorBase.ResourceDataSourceCreated||Event||Occurs after the resources data source has been instantiated.|
The SchedulerListEditorBase is the base class from which all the built-in Scheduling List Editors derive. The following table lists XAF‘s built-in Scheduling List Editors.
|SchedulerListEditor||Used in Windows Forms XAF applications.|
|ASPxSchedulerListEditor||Used in ASP.NET Web Forms XAF applications.|
For additional information on the Scheduling List Editors, refer to the Scheduler Module topic.
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