SchedulerListEditor Class

Represents the Scheduling List Editor used in the XAF Windows Forms applications.

Namespace: DevExpress.ExpressApp.Scheduler.Win

Assembly: DevExpress.ExpressApp.Scheduler.Win.v18.1.dll

Declaration

public class SchedulerListEditor :
    SchedulerListEditorBase,
    IDisposable,
    IProtectedContentEditor,
    IControlOrderProvider,
    IOrderProvider,
    IComplexListEditor,
    ISupportUpdate,
    IExportable,
    ISupportBorderStyle
Public Class SchedulerListEditor
    Inherits SchedulerListEditorBase
    Implements IDisposable,
               IProtectedContentEditor,
               IControlOrderProvider,
               IOrderProvider,
               IComplexListEditor,
               ISupportUpdate,
               IExportable,
               ISupportBorderStyle

List Editors are used by List Views to display object collections in a UI. The SchedulerListEditor is implemented in the Scheduler module, and is designed to present and manage scheduling information:

SchedulerListEditor_Win

To display object collections, the XafSchedulerControl is used as the underlying control. The XafSchedulerControl is a descendant of the SchedulerControl class.

The SchedulerListEditor supports a range of features out of the box:

The SchedulerListEditor is targeted for objects that implement the IEvent interface from the Business Class Library.

For a thorough explanation of how to work with the SchedulerListEditor, refer to the Scheduler Module topic.

Note

SchedulerListEditor does not support Server mode (CollectionSourceBase.DataAccessMode).

Tip

Due to the XAF core specificity, it is not allowed to create objects directly from a nested List View of a Many-to-Many related object. This limitation becomes significant for the Scheduler when you try to edit an occurrence of series through a Scheduler Control of a Resource (assuming the Resource Detail View is invoked through an Event Detail View and the occurrence was not previously edited). Information about an exception from a recurrent event is stored in a separate IEvent object so a new object is created when you click the "Edit this occurrence" menu item for the first time. The internal code of the SchedulerListEditor uses the NewObjectViewController.NewObjectAction to create a new object. This action is hidden from the UI in the circumstances described above.

Inheritance

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