Show html content in scheduler detail form

I must show html content in the lightbox. How can I do this?
Is there any idea??


You have two options:

  1. Create custom lightbox section
  2. Create custom lightbox

The first option obviously is easier. You can find details in the documentation and check the sample - scheduler\samples\02_customization\05_custom_editor.html

Kind regards,

Thank u for your answer
I have done what you said. In the following sample worked fine but my response data is a html content. I must show coming html data as text data. The Dhtmlx Editor can show html data but I dont know how to i embed Dhtmlx Editor to details form. How can I do this Ilya?

return “

return node.childNodes[1].value;
var a=node.childNodes[1];; a.focus();

{name:“appointmentNoteCombo”, height:23, type:“select”, options:appointmentNotes,map_to:“appointmentNote_id”},
{name:“appointmentNote”, height:200, map_to:“text”, type:“my_editor”},
{name:“time”, height:72, type:“time”, map_to:“auto”}

Sorry, didn’t get the problem.

Kind regards,

There is html data in the textArea . But I must show text data. How can I show as text?

There is no built in support for reach text editor, so you have two solutions

a) you can pre-process text during event creation and remove all html tags ( beware that it will be saved without tags as well )

b) you can implement custom editor section and use some third-party rich text editor ( somewhere on forum was a post about external editor usage )

Thanks for help… I resolved the problem. I wroted a method in server side. The method convert html data to string data.

private String removeHTML(String htmlString) { String noHTMLString = htmlString.replaceAll("<br>", "\n"); noHTMLString = noHTMLString.replaceAll("<li>([^<]*)</li>", "$1\n"); noHTMLString = noHTMLString.replaceAll("\\<.*?\\>", ""); noHTMLString = noHTMLString.replaceAll("<br>", "\n"); noHTMLString = noHTMLString.replaceAll("<br/>", "\n"); noHTMLString = noHTMLString.replaceAll("&nbsp;", " "); noHTMLString = noHTMLString.replaceAll("&#39;", "\'"); noHTMLString = noHTMLString.replaceAll("&quot;", "\""); return noHTMLString; }