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Associating data with ScheduleAppointment

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96038 Aug 17,2010 01:08 PM Aug 27,2010 12:14 AM WPF 1
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Dan Guisinger
Asked On August 17, 2010 01:08 PM

What is the recommended way to associate another object with ScheduleAppointment?

The typical way would be to have a Tag property or to allow inheriting the class.

There is no Tag property.
When I try to create a subclass, I find that when the AppointmentDropped event is fired, the args.Appointment parameter is no longer my subclassed instance, but instead a totally new instance of ScheduleAppointment which makes inheriting the class worthless.

I do see an ID parameter of type long; but that doesn't correspond with the data types we recieve back from CRM Dynamics which uses guid's for IDs; which means I have to make some sort of a hash table / index to assign temporary ID's.

Is there a different way to do this which I am not seeing?

Dan

Abdul Rahman A.H [Syncfusion]
Replied On August 27, 2010 12:14 AM

Hi Dan,

Thanks for your interest on syncfusion produts.
You have opened a Direct Trac incident (Id – 71466). Please follow up the incident for queries and issues if you have any.

The response for the above query has been updated in the incident itself.

Regards,
Abdul Rahman

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