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Change the Active View

The SchedulerControl is intended to display appointments using one of the standard views. The currently active view used by the SchedulerControl can be either deliberately selected by an end-user, or changed by the SchedulerControl itself according to its internal logic. Only views with the SchedulerViewBase.Enabled property set to true are available.

The active view is changed in the following cases.

Note

To change the scheduler view programmatically, change the value of the SchedulerControl.ActiveViewType property. See the How to: Programmatically Change the Active View document, for more information.

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