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How to use Schedule commands?

Platform: WPF |
Control: SfSchedule |
Published Date: February 28, 2015 |
Last Revised Date: February 28, 2015
Tags: sfschedule

You can use SfSchedule commands instead of Context Menu to perform the same operation. This article explains how to use the SfSchedule commands in the Schedule. The following Context Menu operations can be handled by using the SfSchedule commands.

  1. Adding a new appointment
  2. Editing appointments
  3. Copy and Paste appointments
  4. Deleting appointments
  5. DragAndDrop

Using SfSchedule Commands:

  1. Create a WPF application and add the SfSchedule control to it. Now create Buttons to perform commands in the click event as in the following code example.



  1. Now add the SfSchedule commands in the click event as follows.


The following screenshots display the different SfSchedule command operations.

  1. Adding a new appointment:

Click the Add button to add appointments in the Schedule.


Figure 1: Adding new appointment using Add button


Figure 2: Appointment created using Add button


  1. Editing Appointments:

For editing the appointments, select any of the appointments in the Schedule and click the Edit button.


Figure 3: Editing appointments using Edit button


  1. Copy and Paste Appointments:

To copy appointments, select any of the appointments in the Schedule and click the Copy button. Then paste the appointment in Schedule using the Paste button.


Figure 4: Copy and Paste Appointments


  1. Deleting Appointments:

For deleting appointments, select any of the appointments in Schedule and click the Delete button.

Figure 5: Deleting appointments using Delete button


  1. DragAndDrop:

For doing DragAndDrop, select any of the appointments in the Schedule and click the DragAndDrop button.


Figure 6: Drag and Drop the appointments


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