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How to differentiate Schedule Appointments by background color, when more than one ICS files are imported in the same application?

The schedule appointments can be differentiated by its background when you import more than one ICS files in the same application.


Create a WinRT application and add SfSchedule by specifying the AppointmentCollectionChanged Event Handler in it.




By triggering the AppointmentCollectionChanged event of schedule, the imported ICS file in Schedule can be differentiated by changing the Schedule AppointmentBackground property before importing new ICS file.




You can use the SfColorPicker control to set the schedule AppointmentBackgroundcolor and its SelectedColor property is binded with local property that is used to set the AppointmentsBackgroundcolor to differentiate the new ICS file that is imported.




You can use the converter to select the color in SfColorPicker.



Schedule ExportICS and ImportICS methods are handled in button click event to differentiate the ICS file in schedule.



Sample Link:



The following screenshots displays to differentiate ICS in Schedule by changing appointmentsbackgroundcolor.


Figure 1: Single ICS file import



Figure 2: Differentiating ICS file when more than one import



Article ID: Published Date: Last Revised Date: Platform: Control:
3351 01/22/2015 01/22/2015 WinRT SfSchedule
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