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Week View


The Week view by default shows a full seven-day week week at a time, which can be set to start at a predefined day (say Monday, or Sunday). To move to the next or previous week, you can use the back and forward keyboard arrows, or the SchedulerNavigator control, which also allows you to control whether to show weekends or not.

Figure 1: Week View

WinForms RadScheduler Week View

Set Week View

To explicitly set the Work Week to be the default view which the user sees on the form:

Set ActiveViewType

this.radScheduler1.ActiveViewType = SchedulerViewType.Week;

Me.RadScheduler1.ActiveViewType = SchedulerViewType.Week

Get Week View

To get the instance to the SchedulerWeek view from the RadScheduler object, either:

  • use the GetWeekView method:

GetWeekView Method

SchedulerWeekView weekView = this.radScheduler1.GetWeekView();

Dim weekView As SchedulerWeekView = Me.RadScheduler1.GetWeekView()

This method returns null if the active view of the scheduler is not SchedulerWeekView.

  • use the RadScheduler ActiveView property:  

ActiveView Property

if (this.radScheduler1.ActiveViewType == SchedulerViewType.Week)
    SchedulerWeekView activeWeekView = (SchedulerWeekView)this.radScheduler1.ActiveView;

If Me.RadScheduler1.ActiveViewType = SchedulerViewType.Week Then
    Dim activeWeekView As SchedulerWeekView = CType(Me.RadScheduler1.ActiveView, SchedulerWeekView)
End If

Showing/Hiding The Weekend

By default the weekends are shown, but you can hide them by using the ShowWeekend property:

Show Weekend

weekView.ShowWeekend = false;

weekView.ShowWeekend = False

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