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Deployment

This document describes assemblies that are required by applications that use the functionality of the XtraScheduler Suite. Some of the assemblies are essential, while others that provide additional functionality can optionally be deployed, depending on your requirements.

If you use other DevExpress components in your application, their use and deployment should comply with the corresponding EULA documents. For more details on licensing and the redistribution policy of DevExpress, refer to Redistribution and Deployment.

Expanded Required Libraries

Below is a list of essential libraries required by applications that use the XtraScheduler Suite. These libraries are considered to be redistributable under the DevExpress EULA, intended for distribution by you to the end-users of the software applications that you create.

Assembly

Description

DevExpress.XtraScheduler.v17.1.Core.dll Contains main classes that implement the basic functionality of WinForms Scheduler, ASP.NET Scheduler, and WPF Scheduler controls.
DevExpress.XtraScheduler.v17.1.dll Contains the SchedulerControl, SchedulerStorage and DateNavigator controls, along with additional controls available in the XtraScheduler Suite.
DevExpress.Utils.v17.1.dll Contains basic utility classes and common skins (such as "DevExpress Style", "Visual Studio 2013", "Office 2013" and "Seven Classic").
DevExpress.Data.v17.1.dll Implements the most basic functionality common to all DevExpress controls. This includes classes for data binding, skinning, printing, exporting, as well as many other auxiliary types and resources.
DevExpress.Pdf.v17.1.Core.dll Contains classes that provide the basic functionality to parse and render PDF files.
DevExpress.Printing.v17.1.Core.dll Contains classes that implement the basic functionality for DevExpress printing libraries. Required for Print Preview in the Outlook-like appointment editing form.
DevExpress.XtraPrinting.v17.1.dll Contains the Printing System component of the XtraPrinting Library. Required for Print Preview in the Outlook-like appointment editing form and for the SchedulerControl.ShowPrintPreview method.
DevExpress.XtraLayout.v17.1.dll This assembly is required for the DevExpress.XtraPrinting.v17.1.dll library.
DevExpress.XtraTreeList.v17.1.dll Required for the Print Preview dialog and default appointment editing form.
DevExpress.XtraEditors.v17.1.dll Contains a set of full-featured editors supported by the XtraEditors Suite.
Note: This assembly is also required when using the PdfViewer control.
DevExpress.RichEdit.v17.1.Core.dll Required for Print Preview and appointment form.
DevExpress.Sparkline.v17.1.Core.dll Contains base classes that implement the core functionality of DevExpress Sparkline controls.
DevExpress.XtraGrid.v17.1.dll Required for Agenda View.

By default, after installation has been performed, these assemblies are located in the C:\Program Files (x86)\DevExpress 17.1\Components\Bin\Framework\ path.

Expanded Additional Libraries

The following libraries provide additional functionality for applications that use the functionality of the XtraScheduler Suite.

Assembly

Description

DevExpress.BonusSkins.v17.1.dll Contains extra skins (such as "Metropolis" and "McSkin").
DevExpress.XtraScheduler.v17.1.Extensions.dll Contains some bonus classes that can be used to create an advanced MS Outlook-inspired Edit Appointment form, incorporate spell check functionality into your application, or add other extensions.
DevExpress.XtraScheduler.v17.1.Reporting.dll Contains classes that implement Scheduler Reporting (printing via XtraReports) specifics. Scheduler reporting functionality requires the XtraReports Suite (available as a separate product or as part of the DXperience Subscription).
DevExpress.XtraScheduler.v17.1.Reporting.Extensions.dll Contains additional classes required to invoke and use the End-User Report Designer. Scheduler reporting functionality requires the XtraReports Suite (available as a separate product or as part of the DXperience Subscription).
DevExpress.XtraBars.v17.1.dll Contains the Ribbon UI, toolbar, menu and docking components. This assembly is required if an application uses a Ribbon or Bar UI.

Expanded Non-Redistributable Libraries

Distributing any DevExpress design-time libraries ending with ".Design" (for instance, DevExpress.XtraScheduler.v17.1.Design.dll, DevExpress.XtraEditors.v17.1.Design.dll and DevExpress.XtraPrinting.v17.1.Design) is strictly prohibited.

Please consult the EULA for additional up-to-the-minute information on which libraries, tools and executables are considered redistributable.

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