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how can I fire an event after jsDatePick places a value in the assigned textbox control?  the delegation example on their site does not work!  Any help appreciated.
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Question by:dhenderson12
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by:Big Monty
ID: 39182234
the onchange event of the textbox doesn't fire after you assign a value to it?
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by:dhenderson12
ID: 39182360
the only event that fires on the textbox is the onBlur event, which won't work because then I have to select the date from the calendar twice.
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by:Rainer Jeschor
ID: 39182481
Hi,
could you perhaps post your existing source and scripts (or a link if the page is available from the internet) as the delegate should work?
Thanks and HTH
Rainer
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by:dhenderson12
ID: 39182610
here is the javascript example jsDatePick has posted on their website:
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);
    });

the script never reaches the delegate function, it errors on setting the object to a new calendar.

I need the delegate function to do a post (rather than an alert).
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by:Rainer Jeschor
ID: 39182675
Hi,
as the code works an their sample page, it could be that the error is from somewhere else on your page, therefore I asked if you can post your current code, to run a deeper analysis on it.
Thanks
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by:dhenderson12
ID: 39199743
code is below.  please note that the first two calendar objects work perfectly.  the third one causes error when trying to create.  I need to delegate for an event to post the value of the selected date.


<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>
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by:Rainer Jeschor
ID: 39200838
Hi,
I have tried to create a sample on jsbin based on your provided part of the code:
http://jsbin.com/atuqun/6/

I assume that the control with the id "txtDatePlanToFillRx" is a input box type text, but the global object must be bound to a div and then you can set the value afterwards to the textbox.
HTH
Rainer
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by:dhenderson12
ID: 39205698
actually, it's a <asp:textbox> but works the same.  I tried your code and it still errors when trying to set the global object to a <div>.  I know I'm missing something ...
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by:dhenderson12
ID: 39208704
I do have this at the top of the page:
<%@ Register Assembly="AjaxControlToolkit" Namespace="AjaxControlToolkit" TagPrefix="asp" %>
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by:dhenderson12
ID: 39214377
i'm closing this question since no help was available.
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Rainer Jeschor earned 500 total points
ID: 39221756
Hi,
as both the site of the jsPick owner as well as the provided code on jsbin works, it is related to the created HTML output.
What error do you get?
Could you please attach the produced HTML output so that we can help to solve?
Thanks.
Rainer
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