Frequently asked questions in React Schedule component

14 Apr 20235 minutes to read

In this article, you can find some frequently asked questions and corresponding solutions while getting hands-on experience with scheduler control.

Maximum call stack size exceeded

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Maximum call stack size exceeded


The above error occurs when using scheduler views that were not imported into the project. You can resolve this issue by importing the required view modules.

In the below code, Day option is used without injecting, So, it throws the above error. You can resolve this problem by simply injecting the day module in below code.

import { render } from 'react-dom';
import * as React from 'react';
import { ScheduleComponent, ViewsDirective, ViewDirective, Agenda, TimelineViews, TimelineMonth, Inject, Resize, DragAndDrop
} from '@syncfusion/ej2-react-schedule';
import { extend } from '@syncfusion/ej2-base';
import { SampleBase } from './sample-base';
import * as dataSource from './datasource.json';

export class TimelineView extends SampleBase {
  constructor() {
    super(...arguments); = extend([], dataSource.scheduleData.concat(dataSource.timelineData), null, true);
  private eventSettings: EventSettingsModel = { dataSource: };
  render() {
    return (<ScheduleComponent height="650px" selectedDate={new Date(2021, 0, 10)} eventSettings={this.eventSettings}>
                <ViewDirective option="Day" />
                <ViewDirective option="TimelineWeek" />
                <ViewDirective option="TimelineWorkWeek" />
                <ViewDirective option="TimelineDay" />
                <ViewDirective option="Agenda" />
                services={[ TimelineViews, TimelineMonth, Agenda, Resize, DragAndDrop]}

render(<TimelineView />, document.getElementById('sample'));

Grouping with empty resources

Grouping without providing any resource data will throw the following problems.

  • Normal(vertical) views are rendered, but you are not able to perform CRUD operations
  • Timeline views not at all render and shows empty scheduler table

So, we suggest to avoid grouping with empty resources in the scheduler.

Not providing e-field in editor template

Error: While using editor template, value of e-field is missing in editor window.

Solution: e-field value is mandatory, we need to add it. Please refer here for more info.

Missing CSS reference

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Missing CSS reference


The above problem occurs when missing CSS references for the scheduler in a project. You can resolve this issue by providing proper CSS for the scheduler.

    <title>Syncfusion React Sample</title>
    <meta charset="utf-8" />
    <meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, initial-scale=1.0, user-scalable=no" />
    <meta http-equiv="x-ua-compatible" content="ie=edge">
    <meta name="description" content="Syncfusion React UI Components" />
    <meta name="author" content="Syncfusion" />

      <! –– scheduler CSS is referred from this link ––>
    <link href="" rel="stylesheet">


<body class="material">
    <div id='sample'>

QuickInfoTemplate at bottom

When using the quickInfoTemplate in scheduler, sometimes quickinfo popup not shown fully at the bottom area of scheduler. You can resolve this by using cellClick and eventClick events and below code snippet.

   constructor() {
    this.eventAdded = false;
  onClick(args) {
    if (!this.eventAdded) {
      let popupInstance = document.querySelector('.e-quick-popup-wrapper').ej2_instances[0]; = () => {
      this.eventAdded = true;
<ScheduleComponent id="schedule" cellClick={this.onClick.bind(this)} eventClick={this.onClick.bind(this)>

Not importing culture files while using localization

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Locale import issue

While using locale in scheduler, not importing the required culture files properly throws the problem.

Solution: Properly add and import the culture files(numberingSystems, timeZoneNames, loadCldr, L10n etc.,) in your project will resolve the problem.

import { loadCldr, L10n } from '@syncfusion/ej2-base';
import * as numberingSystems from './culture-files/numberingSystems.json';
import * as gregorian from './culture-files/ca-gregorian.json';
import * as numbers from './culture-files/numbers.json';
import * as timeZoneNames from './culture-files/timeZoneNames.json';

loadCldr(numberingSystems, gregorian, numbers, timeZoneNames);

  'en-GB': {
    schedule: {
      day: 'Day',
      week: 'Week',
      workWeek: 'Work Week',
      month: 'Month'