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Nevron Schedule provides support for two types of appointments: one-time appointments and recurring appointments. Recurring appointments are appointments with a recurrence rule defined, which determines when the appointment occurs. The occurrences of a recurring appointment can easily be identified in the schedule by the small recurrence symbol placed at their top left corner. When the user tries to edit or delete an occurrence of a recurring appointment, the Nevron Schedule will show a dialog for selecting whether the operation should be applied to the recurring appointment (i.e. the whole series of occurrences) or only to the selected occurrence.

Nevron Schedule automatically generates the occurrences of a recurring appointment for the currently viewed date range. These occurrences reside in the Occurrences collection of the recurring appointment. You can browse this collection when needed, but do not modify it. It is automatically maintained and updated by Nevron.

Recurrence Rules

To make an appointment recurring, you should create a recurrence rule and assign it to the RecurrenceRule property of the appointment. Nevron Schedule provides support for different recurrence rules based on their frequency. The following diagram shows the recurrence rule hierarchy:

The base class of all recurrence rules NRecurrenceRule contains the following properties:

Code Examples

The following are a few examples of how to create and configure recurrence rules:

Recurrence Rule Examples
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// Create a rule, which occurs every 3 hours
NRecurrenceHourlyRule hourlyRule = new NRecurrenceHourlyRule();
hourlyRule.Interval = 3;

// Create a rule, which occurs every day
NRecurrenceDailyRule dailyRule = new NRecurrenceDailyRule();

// Create a rule, which occurs on the third day of every other month
// Use negative values for the last days of the month, for example -1 refers to the last day of the month
NRecurrenceMonthlyRule monthlyRule1 = new NRecurrenceMonthlyRule(3);
monthlyRule1.Interval = 2;

// Create a rule, which occurs on the last Sunday of every month
NRecurrenceMonthlyRule monthlyRule2 = new NRecurrenceMonthlyRule(ENDayOrdinal.Last, ENDayOfWeek.Sunday);

// Create a rule, which occurs on every May 7 and July 7, every year
NRecurrenceYearlyRule yearlyRule1 = new NRecurrenceYearlyRule(7, ENMonth.May | ENMonth.July);

// Create a rule, which occurs on the first Monday and Tuesday of May, June and August
NRecurrenceYearlyRule yearlyRule2 = new NRecurrenceYearlyRule(
    ENDayOfWeek.Monday | ENDayOfWeek.Tuesday,
    ENMonth.May | ENMonth.June | ENMonth.August);

// Create a rule, which occurs every second day for one month from today
NRecurrenceDailyRule dailyRuleForMonth = new NRecurrenceDailyRule();
dailyRuleForMonth.EndMode = ENRecurrenceEndMode.ByDate;
dailyRuleForMonth.EndDate = DateTime.Today.AddMonths(1);
dailyRuleForMonth.Interval = 2;
Weekly and monthly rules use flag enum for specifying the day of week, so you can combine multiple enumeration values using the binary OR operator - '|'. The same goes for the yearly rule, which uses a flag enum for specifying the months in which the appointment should occur. This allows you to define very complex recurrence patterns when needed.
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