scheduler.init('scheduler_here', null, "users"); // "users" is a unit view scheduler.setLoadMode("month"); scheduler.load("/events.xml"); var dp = new dataProcessor("/events.xml"); dp.init(scheduler); dp.setTransactionMode("POST",false);
until this point everything works fine. If I let the scheduler start like that it’ll work just fine.
However, what I would like to do, is to start it and directly jump into some event. Like this:
event="37"; scheduler.setCurrentView( scheduler.getEventStartDate(event), "users"); scheduler.showLightbox(event);
That works if I try it from the loaded scheduler from Firebug however if I add it to my initialization code it will fail, because:
(which is called from within showLightbox() will not find any events, because, aparently they haven’t been loaded yet).
I’m a bit stumped. I’d be glad to understand at which point data is fetched from the server and how I can trigger a fetch.
Thanks a lot,