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I am using jsDatePick calendar control to select a date into an asp:textbox control.  I need to do a post after the calendar writes the selected date value to the textbox; select the date then do the postback.  Any help appreciated.
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by:Kyle Abrahams
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http://javascriptcalendar.org/javascript-date-picker.php


Example 3:
    g_calendarObject = new JsDatePick({
        useMode:1,
        isStripped:true,
        target:"aFieldId",
        cellColorScheme:"armygreen"
    });
   
    g_calendarObject.setOnSelectedDelegate(function(){
        var obj = g_calendarObject.getSelectedDay();
   
        alert("a date was just selected and the date is : " + obj.day + "/" + obj.month + "/" + obj.year);
    });
   

just use a __DoPostback:
http://aspalliance.com/895_Understanding_the_JavaScript___doPostBack_Function.2
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by:dhenderson12
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thx for the reply.  it's throwing an error: "unexpected method or property access" and it occurs on the creating the calendar object.
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by:Kyle Abrahams
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this was just for example purposes.

How are you creating your calendar?   Also are you using the latest version of the script?
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by:dhenderson12
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i create the calendar just like the example.  if the example is incorrect how should I be doing it?
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by:Kyle Abrahams
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Without seeing your code I can't see if it's done correctly or if something else is going on.
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by:dhenderson12
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here's the code:

<script src="http://prdweb01/TargetManagementMiscLibrary/jquery_datepicker/jsDatePick.min.1.3.js" type="text/javascript"></script>
   
    <script type="text/javascript">
        window.onload = function () {
            new JsDatePick({ useMode: 2, target: "txtDateSCB", dateFormat: "%m/%d/%Y" });
           

            var showConsumer = "<%=mShowConsumer %>";
            if (showConsumer == "Y") {
                new JsDatePick({ useMode: 2, target: "txtDatRefillDate", dateFormat: "%m/%d/%Y" });
                new JsDatePick({ useMode: 2, target: "txtDatDoctorSchedule", dateFormat: "%m/%d/%Y" });
       
         g_calendarObject = new JsDatePick({
        useMode:1,
        isStripped:true,
        target:"txtDatePlanToFillRx",
        cellColorScheme:"armygreen"
    });
   
    g_calendarObject.setOnSelectedDelegate(function(){
        var obj = g_calendarObject.getSelectedDay();
   
        alert("a date was just selected and the date is : " + obj.day + "/" + obj.month + "/" + obj.year);
    });
               
            }


        };
    </script>

the first two jdDatePick calendars work perfectly.  the one that is set up from their example is the one that fails when trying to create it.
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Kyle Abrahams earned 1500 total points
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when you view the source from the browser does txtDatePlanToFillRx actually exist?

What happens if you use mode 2 instead of 1?
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by:dhenderson12
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it doesn't work with mode 1 either.  i'm giving up on this, but you get the points for trying to help.  thx.
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