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You are viewing documentation for the legacy WPF Scheduler control. If you're starting a new project, we strongly recommend that you use a new control declared in the DevExpress.Xpf.Scheduling namespace. If you decide to upgrade an existing project in order to switch to the updated scheduler control, see the Migration Guidelines document.

The Scheduler Control displays appointments using one of the standard views. These views define the time interval (for instance, the Day view displays only one or several days at a time), the user interface elements, and the control's behavior specific to the currently active view, displayed simultaneously. In general, the active view defines the appearance of the entire SchedulerControl. The topics in this section describe the view types and the main concepts for creating and using views within a scheduling application built with the DXScheduler.

The following topics are available in this section:

  • Day View

    This topic describes the Day view. This view gives the most detailed view of appointments for a certain day(s).

  • Work-Week View

    This topic describes the Work-Week view. This view displays appointments for working days in a particular week.

  • Week View

    This topic describes the Week view. This view displays appointments for any given week period.

  • Month (Multi-Week) View

    This topic describes the Month (also called Multi-Week) view. The month view is the least detailed of the views, and is designed to allow your end-users to browse and analyze long-term plans. This view positions the days one after another horizontally, so that they form weeks, while weeks are placed one under another.

  • Timeline View

    This topic describes the Timeline view. This view plots appointments as horizontal bars along the timescales, and provides end-users with a clearer overview for scheduling purposes.

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