AKAlagumeena Kalaiselvan Syncfusion Team January 13, 2020 07:02 AM
Greetings from Syncfusion support!...
There is no option to customize default template of scheduler's edit window.Scheduler supports to customize the entire content of editor window only. So , We suggested you to use “EditorTemplate” option to customize edit window.
Kindly get back to us, if you need any further assistance.
WEWeiJanuary 13, 2020 09:08 AM
I tried to use EditorTemplate, and was wondering if there is an easy way to add Repeat (daily, weekly...) component in template, or I have to implement the repeat logic/layout by myself in the template.
The other related question is i tried to use OnPopupClose event (to keep windows open if server side validation fails) alone with EditorTemplate, and noticed that in OnPopupCloseHandler, if I use args.Cancel = true; edit window stays, but its body is blank. Did I miss something? Or I should do server side validation via other event handler
AKAlagumeena Kalaiselvan Syncfusion Team January 14, 2020 11:24 AM
Thanks for your update!
Query 1: How to add events repeatedly in EditorTemplate?
The Scheduler supports to add events in repetitive manner using “Recurrence Editor”. But , currently we are facing some complexities while editing the appointment, we will update the further details on 20th Jan, 2020.
Query 2: Editor window content gets empty when we set true value to the “Cancel” argument of OnPopupClose.
We have validate the reported issue and confirmed this as defect also we have create a bug report for that which can be tracked from the below link
Right now, we are facing issue with edit/save appointments for a single occurrence in a series alone. This issue has been also related to already logged issue as “Editor window get’s empty while using OnPopupClose event” and also we update feedback for your reference
We will resolve your reported issue and include in weekly patch release, which is planned to roll-out on end of January 2020. We will let you know the details once release will be rolled-out in our end and we would appreciate your patience until then.