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xamDateNavigator Visible Months
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Hi,

I've created a view with a XamDateNavigator and a XamSchedule, both connecting to a XamScheduleDataManager pretty much like the Sample-Application shows. It works fine. But I can't find a property or something which shows the visibile months in the xamdatenavigator.

I only want to load the appointments for the visible months. As it makes no sense to load data that is out of that date range and to save some performance.

Is there a way to find out which months are visible? Best would be a property to bind on.

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    Hello Jurgen,

    Thank you for contacting Infragistics. It's considered to be a new product idea to expose a property that allows you to get the current amount of days, months, years etc. in view. The DateNavigator only exposes a ReferenceDate property which is the first available date that can be selected. However there isn't a property to expose the last available date. So there isn't a simple way to determine the date range that the navigator is displaying on screen at any given moment.

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