Available only in PRO Edition

Creating Multiple Schedulers on a Page

This functionality is available in the Scheduler PRO version (Commercial, Enterprise and Ultimate licenses) only.

As you have probably noticed at the very beginning of your work with the library, dhtmlxScheduler is a static object, i.e. only one instance of dhtmlxScheduler can exist on the page.

Now, for the PRO version, we should rephrase that statement and say: more than one instance of dhtmlxScheduler can exist on the page. You still have one default instance of scheduler, which can be accessed by the global scheduler object, but you can also create new scheduler objects.

To create a new instance of dhtmlxScheduler, use the Scheduler.getSchedulerInstance() method:

// Beware, 'Scheduler' in the command goes with the capital letter
[instanceName] = Scheduler.getSchedulerInstance();

Now configure your new instance, initialize it and populate with data, as usual. And don't forget to add a standard set of DIV containers for its elements.

Let's take a simple example: 2 schedulers, one under another:

function init() {
    scheduler1  = Scheduler.getSchedulerInstance();
    scheduler1.init('scheduler_here',new Date(2019,5,30),"week");
    scheduler2 = Scheduler.getSchedulerInstance();
    scheduler2.init('scheduler_here_2',new Date(2019,5,30),"month");
<body onload="init();">
    <div id="scheduler_here" class="dhx_cal_container" ...>
    <div id="scheduler_here_2" class="dhx_cal_container" ...>

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