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List View

The List View is a grid that displays SchedulerControl (see SchedulerControl) appointments, and allows you to group, sort, and filter them for better analysis.


The DateNavigator (see DevExpress.Xpf.Editors.DateNavigator) synchronized with the SchedulerControl (see SchedulerControl) cannot be used to filter List view data.

To show the view, set the SchedulerControl.ActiveViewIndex property to the corresponding view index in the SchedulerControl.Views collection.

The SchedulerControl has all views with the default settings enabled out-of-the-box. If you declare any view in XAML or create views with the SchedulerControl's smart tag, only the declared views become available. You can specify multiple views with the same type and different settings.

The List view is the ListView class in the Scheduler API. It inherits the ViewBase class.

The following properties affect the view's appearance and functionality:

Property Description

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