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Calendar user control

Posted on 2011-03-22
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ASP.net 2.0, C#
Hi,
i want to place a image button which when clicked should show up calendar control and TextBox1 should show up the date selected from calendar. (calendar should not be shown unless button clicked)

In that process,  i know i have to create a UserControl for Calendar ..but due to limited knowledge ..i could not proceed further ...except creating a usercontrol and registering in the webpage needed.

Please help me by ging some sample code...
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by:Anurag Agarwal
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kishan66 u r looking for something which help u to make better calender control try using BDPLite (basic date Picker )  which will give u all that functionalities which u require. Try the example of above link. sample codes and proper documentation are given, regarding how to use it
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Hi anurag,

i appreciate the link... gone through that.
All i'm trying to do is  to understand how the custom calendar control interacts with the webpage in which it is registred.

Ex:- when ever a date is selected from the CustomControl ..that selected date has to be displayed in the TextBox of  .aspx page.
like what we have on general webpages like Airline..
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by:nbove
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The AJAX control toolkit has a calendar control that will do exactly what you want and it includes code samples on how to use it.  You can find it at:
http://www.asp.net/ajax/ajaxcontroltoolkit/Samples/Calendar/Calendar.aspx
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Anurag Agarwal earned 500 total points
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kishan66 for making such custom control u need to create properties for that custom control that must be passed to current page in which that control is used. Lil complex which worths nothing when free tools are already available for ur use.

Still for help u can Take help from these links
Creating a Popup Date Picker
Building ASP.NET User and Server Controls

u will also need to create event for that custom control take help from this
Creating a Custom .NET Web Control With Events




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by:Anurag Agarwal
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the above links will give u an idea how to create custom control of calendar, adding events and properties.
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