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Rise an event at StartTime and EndTime of appointments

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127971 Dec 22,2016 04:14 AM Dec 27,2016 07:08 AM WPF 3
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Andrzej
Asked On December 22, 2016 04:14 AM

Is there any event I can register to, to get notifications at StartTime and EndTime of appointments?

Jeyasri M [Syncfusion]
Replied On December 23, 2016 05:50 AM

Hi Andrzej, 
 
Thanks for your interest in Syncfusion products. 
 
Your requirement can be achieved by using the appointment resizing, dragging and Schedule tapping events. 
 
Please refer the below User Guide document for more details. 
 
 
Regards, 
Jeyasri M. 


Andrzej
Replied On December 24, 2016 01:39 AM

Thanks for answer, however I probably did not explain my requirement clear enough.
I am looking for a notification event which would be fired when real world time(on local user's machine) equals StartTime or EndTime of an appointment.  
Something based on Schedule's "internal timer", like in reminder function.

Jeyasri M [Syncfusion]
Replied On December 27, 2016 07:08 AM

Hi Andrzej, 
 
As of now you can use Schedule Reminder feature to remind an appointment with specified time and once appointment’s reminder time enabled you can use the ReminderOpening event while reminder appointment get popup. 
 
Please refer the below User Guide documentation for more details. 
 
UG Link: 
 
 
Based on your requirement we have modified the Customization Demo sample and please find the sample from below link. 
 
In the above sample we have added the reminder appointment and ReminderOpening event get triggered while reminder appointment will popup. 
 
    Schedule.ReminderOpening += Schedule_ReminderOpening; 
 
  private void Schedule_ReminderOpening(object sender, ReminderControlOpeningEventArgs e) 
       
            var reminderStartTime = ((e.RemindAppCollection as ScheduleAppointmentCollection)[0] as Appointment).StartTime; 
        } 
 
Regards, 
Jeyasri M. 




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