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RadScheduleView disable keyboard editing

Since few days I was searching for a way to disable the editing via keyboard on the really nice RadScheduleView control provided by Telerik. I had some issues while developing an application, in particular after pressing “Enter” key, I got triggered twice the CreatedAppointment event, and that caused some unexpedect entries. Since the inline editing was not so important, I wanted to disable it to keep it really simple. Here’s the way:

http://www.telerik.com/help/wpf/radscheduleview-features-inline-editing.html#HowTo_Enable_Disable

telerik:RadScheduleView x:Name="scheduleView" IsInlineEditingEnabled="False"

Hope it will help other developers!

Visual Studio and Npgsql error while compiling

During the last 3 days I’ve spent sometime on an annoying issue concerning Visual Studio 2012 and Npgsql ( a .Net Data Provider for Postgresql).

If you’ve ever had something similiar :

Error Message: Parser Error Message: Assembly ‘Npgsql, Version=2.1.12.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=5d8b90d52f46fda7’ not found

while debugging or running your application, you might need to add the reference of the Npgsql.dll into your GAL.

If you have Visual Studio 2012, the related GAL is located on:

C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft SDKs\Windows\v8.1A\bin\NETFX 4.5.1 Tools\gacutil.exe.

Visual Studio 2010 has the same path with the exception of the version which should be V.7.0 (if patched 7.1). Visual studio 2013 should has the same path with the version V.9.0. Once you found it, you should run the command below to insert into the Global Assembly Cache (GAL), the missing reference. (adding the Reference from the Solution, it’s not enough)

What you need to do is to open a command prompt, in my case the Npgsql is located in C:\Npgsql, and run these commands:

#cd C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft SDKs\Windows\v8.1A\bin\NETFX 4.5.1 Tools\
#gacutil.exe /i C:\Npgsql\Npgsql-2.1.2-net40\Npgsql.dll

2014-08-04 09_48_25-Amministratore_ C__Windows_system32_cmd.exe

As you can see from the reference page on MSDN, \i installs the reference as required. A good check would be to run /l after inserted, in order to check if it has been added correctly or not.