SfSchedule allows you to bind the data from local database by using SQLite. To achieve this, you need to follow the below steps.
Step 1: Create a SQLite database table.
Step 2: Populate the data into the table.
Step 3: Store them as an ObservableCollection.
Step 5: Refer the following link to know how to create SQLite connection,
Note: To run this sample in UWP, install sqlite.net.pcl, version v1.0.10 (Only this version of SQLite supports UWP platform, later versions don’t support UWP).
Refer the following code which illustrates, how to create a SQLite database table and insert items in it.
Note: Since SQLite doesn’t support for DateTime type, we have used it as string type and convert it to DateTime while adding items to local collection from DB.
Refer the following code to bind the data from the SQLite database to SfSchedule.
Note: For appointment mapping you need to have different model class other than DB modal class, since DB modal class doesn’t support for certain datatype.
Please refer the below UG link for more details about creating custom appointment mapping.
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