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Posted on 2005-04-25
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Hello,

need some help regarding my pop up calendar.  My pop up calendar does not show up at all on IE.  I am using ASP.Net (C#).  My IE version is IE 6.0.2800.  Works great on other people's browers just not mine.

below is the code that I put outside of my Page_Load Event.

btnCalendar.Attributes["onClick"]=@"javascript:calendar_window=window.open('Calendar.aspx?formname=frmAddOrders.txtDueOn', 'calendar_window', 'width=200, height=200'); calendar_window.moveTo(420, 285);   calendar_window.focus(); return true;";

Probably should note that I installed the script debugger.

thanks in advance
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Question by:brdrok
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fen2009 earned 1000 total points
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Hi,.. i provide U with some codes that i have tried it out before.... it can work... (i find out through the web)

C# Code:
private void CalVivek_SelectionChanged(object sender, System.EventArgs e)
{
   if (Request.QueryString["textbox"] != "")
   {
      string strScript = "<SCRIPT>window.opener.document.forms(0)." +
                    Request.QueryString["textbox"].ToString() + ".value = '";
      strScript += CalVivek.SelectedDate.ToString("MM/dd/yyyy");
      strScript += "';self.close()";
      strScript += "</" + "script>";
      RegisterClientScriptBlock("Calendar_ChangeDate", strScript);
   }
}
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

JScript Code:

var popUp;

function OpenCalendar(idname, postBack)
{
   popUp = window.open('Calendar.aspx?formname=' +
                                     document.forms[0].name +
                                     '&id=' + idname + '&selected=' +
                                      document.forms[0].elements[idname].value +
                                      '&postBack=' + postBack, 'popupcal',
                                      'width=165,height=208,left=200,top=250');
}
function SetDate(formName, id, newDate, postBack)
{
 eval('var theform = document.' + formName + ';');
 popUp.close();
theform.elements[id].value = newDate;
if (postBack) __doPostBack(id,'');
}

Hope that the above codes can help U...
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by:brdrok
ID: 13876611
heya...thanks for all the effort....turned out OS crashed...so had to re-install IE anyways...and works now... =)
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