I have to setup an asp-page with booking of several resources. Database-connection etc. worked well after the (usual) problems when one's new at these kind of controls.
But the appointments are not displayed correctly as the picture below shows:
This seems to happen, when all "space" in a "line" for a week is used and the last entry ends in the next week.
I don't know if this is a bug or if I did set a property of the controls wrongly.
Would be glad if you knew a solution forthis problem.
btw. I use Version 9.3.20103.2056 of the controls
Has anyone found another workaround? My customer also isn't happy with the multi-day events being split into separate bars.
No solution as of yet - but I have an open issue with Infragistics tech support for this. Currently waiting on a fix.
We found a "workaround" if you want to call it that - but it's not a great solution by any means. We took the form with the webmonthview control, moved it to it's own project, and downgraded that project to Infragistics 10.3. Like I said, not a great solution....
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This is known issue described in the online documentation
when Multi Day Event Banner is used.
Multi Day Event Banner
The following are known issues with the Multi Day Event
· When the
multi day event banner is enabled using the WebMonthView control, you may
notice the appearance of horizontal and vertical scrollbars. This happens when
the banner spans multiple rows.
AllDayEventAreaStyle property is applied to every event banner row, instead of
TD column. This occurs when EnableMultiDayEventBanner is true (which is
default). If it is False, this class applies to columns.
AllDayEventAreaSelectedStyle property is ignored when EnableMultiDayEventBanner
is True. This selected area is not defined when using multi day event banner.
You should set the
property "EnableMultiDayEventBanner" to false (and
EnableMultiResourceview to true) for the WebScheduleInfo Control in order to
We also have the same problem and need a fix for this! In earlier versions (10.2) there was no problem with this feature.
Are you working on a solution?
I had this same problem
I looped through the appointments and make them only span the current week, I create a new appointment for the next week with the remainder of the time on the appointment I split (and so on if the appointment spans multiple weeks).
This seemed to fix some of the display issues, the current month looked good, when back and looked at the previous month and it was still bugged. I looked through the appointment data again and noticed there were some same day appointments with a 0 duration, I updated those to have a one day duration and that cleaned up the rest of the display issues.