am developing an application using asp.net+ajax.i used calender extender control to select date and showing that date in a text box.my requirement is when select date from the previous year (i.e 2009) from the calender extender control...then a message should show like"you should not select the previous year date" and immediately current day date should fill in textbox.
I have found ways to validate selected dates when using the calendar extender, but maybe im not searching correctly.. but here is what i want to do..just wondering if it can be done with the calendar extender control.
i have a field which requires the user to pick a date.. i woudl like to limit the dates that can be selected from.. i mean the whole calendar can display, but if i want them to pick ONLY dates within the last 7 days and 7 days in the future..
Example:Todays date is 11/06/2009 so when they click in the textbox and the calendar opens, the full calendar is displayed.. but the only availble dates to pick from are 10/30, 10/31, 11/1, 11/2, 11/3, 11/4, 11/5, 11/6, 11/7, 11/8, 11/9, 11/10, 11/11, 11/12, 11/13
I dont want to do after they pick a date, i'd like to display their ONLY possible dates.
I've added the calendar extended from the control toolkit to my page so I can select the date for a text box.I've set the textbox to read only so the user has to use the calendar to pick the date, but when I try insert data I get the following error:
SqlDateTime overflow. Must be between 1/1/1753 12:00:00 AM and 12/31/9999 11:59:59 PM.It doesn't like the date format because it's doing it the American way (Month, Date, Year).If I input it manually and use 27/03/2008 it works, but if I select the 27th from the Calendar it will use 03/27/2008.
We have a project requirement to modify the existing AJAX Calendar Extender so that it sends the selected date and current time back to the associated textbox. Here is an example from a test page:
I have a calenderextender in a form with the following properties. </ajaxToolkit:
So the date selected by the CalenderExtender, the value gets displayed in the txtDeadLine.Text. The problem is when i save the data, the date displayed in the txtDeadLine.text becomes empty and the date is not saved. How do i save the date using CalenderExtender. I can save the date using the normal Calender.
I'm a happy user of th Calendar extender, it's soooooo much better then the original calendar control. I would like to make it so that if the user selects a date after a certain date, the textbox control stays blank. On my form I create everything dynamically. So on page_init the whole form is created and put in a view. I use a table to align everything as I want it. The form is a check form where the user has to check radiobuttons to give an answer. At 11 lines he also has to select a date. Here is where the calendar extender comes in. It all works fine, but I want to make some kind of prevention so the user cannot select date in the future. How can I do this?
i cannot get the set date to work in the calkendar extender... I have a drop down with 3 and 4 year lease options in it. and then a start date and I want to set the expirary date based on what is selected in the drop down. So I have it all workign except for setting the date on the expirary calendar extender.
HTML code here:
So, when I use this I get an error:
Microsoft JScript runtime error: 'null' is null or not an object and it is referring to the line:
I am trying to populate two text boxes which have calendar extenders with todays date. While the text box of the first control is getting the correct date, the second one is loading up blank! But if i click on the control the ajax date picker that is shown has todays date highlighted in it.
I'm using the AJAX Control Toolkit with VS2008 Professional and I'm experiencing a weird problem with the date format.I have two textboxes on a webpage for inputting dates. The date format I wish to use for both textboxes is MM/dd/yyyy. One textbox has a calendar extender attached to it and the other doesn't. When I first load the page, I set the first textbox (the one with the calendar extender) to today's date and then I call a function inside the code-behind for the page that calculates the value of the second textbox's date and displays it.
t the date format of the first textbox is M/d/yyyy as long as I have the calendar extender on the page. If I remove the extender, everything is okay.Here is what the page HTML looks like: [Code]....
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I have an AJAX Calendar Extender inside an ASP.NET Repeater, which binds date data from a table and allows users to change this. I have an issue however - if the date is null, it returns an error as it cannot bind null as a selected date. Are there any ways around this?
I am using the ajax toolkit calendar extender control with the asp.net button for the postback event. the functionality is after selecting the date, clicking on the submit button will call the button event. now I need to obtain the same thing without clicking the button and on the date selection. ie, on selecting or closing the calendar control the postback event has to fire. how too obtain this? calendar and the button are placed in the user control.
I am using Framework 2.0, ASP.NET AJAX 1.0 and Visual Studio 2005.I am using 2 Ajax Calendar Extender in my page. I am using a text box and html image control and setting the TargetControlID to the test box id and the PopupButtonID to the image control name. When i click the first image the calendar pops up and without choosing a date if i click the second image the second calendar control opens on top of the first calendar control. Is there any way i can make the previous one disappear without choosing a date leaving the calendar control associated with the last image clicked.
Currently, I am using Calendar control on ASPX page. Instead, I want to use AJAX Calendar Extender control because of the animation effect and the way it moves between years making if much more impressive than Calendar control.Is it possible to display Calendar extender on page permanently, just like Calendar control?
does anyone know if it is possible to disable some of the dates available for selection. For example, on opening the calendar all the dates before today are grayed out so that it is only possible to select dates in the future.On my site I am using two calendar controls which are representing a start date of an event and an end date. In the end date calendar I would like to disable all dates before the selected start date.Is anything like this possible with the calendar control?e
I have added calendar extender to a text box that works fine. When I select the date the calendar box does not go away. I do not see a setting or property for this. It does go away in another project and the code is the same as below:
i have aspx page with textbox and validation controls and button control. form controls has server side validations,when i click a button it has to perform validations. if validations is sucess then only pop Upextender has to display on button click event. but validations controls are firing and as well as popup is showing on the page. But i need the show popupextender on after validations is sucess. i'm giving some code here:
The calendar always shows the previous month's week at the beginning and the next month's week at the end. How can you hide these so the calendar shows only the days of the current month? I want to show multiple months at the same time with no overlap between months because this would only add confusion.
For the purposes of this question, let's assume the user will be from the US and will use the standard Gregorian calendar. So, a calendar week starts on Sunday and ends on Saturday.
What I'm trying to do is determine the number of calendar weeks that exist between two dates. A perfect example of my problem exists in October 2010. Between 10/16 and 10/31 there are 4 calendar weeks.
View a picture of October 2010
October 10 - October 16 October 17 - October 23 October 24 - October 30 October 31 - November 6
I'd prefer to stay away from any hardcoded logic like: