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Vanitha
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Vanitha asked on 26 Sep 2008, 02:14 PM

Hi,

I am using 'RadControls for ASPNet AJAX Q2 2008'.

I have a RadDateInput control in my form as follows:

<TelerikWeb:RadDateInput ID="tbxTicketDate" runat="server" Width="150"   
ToolTip="Date of Ticket"  Skin="Vista" DateFormat="M/d/yyyy h:mm tt"    
 DisplayDateFormat="M/d/yyyy h:mm tt" MaxDate="2050-01-01"   
MinDate="2007-05-09" TabIndex="70" SelectionOnFocus="SelectAll" /> 

The field converts information in the following manner:
Input “082308 1000p” Becomes: “08/23/2008 10:00 AM”
Input “080908 1245p” Becomes: “08/09/2008 12:45 AM”

It is not considering my a/p designator, always taking as 24 hour format.

I want the following results on my control:
Input “082308 1045a” Convert to “08/23/2008 10:45 AM”
Input “090808 0355p” Convert to “09/08/08 3:55 PM”

I would appreciate any help I can get with this.

-Vishal

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Daniel
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answered on 26 Sep 2008, 02:40 PM
Hello Vanitha,

You can modify the way RadDateInput interprets the entered data as shown below:
<script language="javascript" type="text/javascript"
function ValueChanging(sender, eventArgs) 
    var value = eventArgs.get_newValue(); 
    //modify the string to comply with your requirements 
    eventArgs.set_newValue(value); 
</script> 

<telerik:RadDateInput ID="tbxTicketDate" runat="server" Width="150" ToolTip="Date of Ticket" 
    Skin="Vista" DateFormat="M/d/yyyy h:mm tt" DisplayDateFormat="M/d/yyyy h:mm tt" 
    MaxDate="2050-01-01" MinDate="2007-05-09" TabIndex="70" SelectionOnFocus="SelectAll" 
    ClientEvents-OnValueChanging="ValueChanging" /> 

Kind regards,
Daniel
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Vanitha
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answered on 26 Sep 2008, 02:56 PM
Hello Daniel,

Thanks for your immediate response.

Your suggestion doesn't work for me. Still it is considering as 24 hour format.

-Vishal
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Shane Milton
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answered on 26 Sep 2008, 05:47 PM
I work with Vanitha and have looked at what she's doing. It's not a simple case of "p" being interpreted correctly. This example may explain more of the problem she's encountering:$0$0$0$0If we input: "09082008 315 pm", it gets converted into "9/8/2008 3:15 AM". For some reason, it is completely neglecting the "pm" portion of this although it seems to be a very valid and obvious input.$0$0$0$0$0-Shane$0
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Missing User
answered on 29 Sep 2008, 07:44 AM
Hi,


To see more information on the requested functionality, please refer to the following article:

Formatting Dates


Sincerely yours,
Plamen
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answered on 29 Sep 2008, 12:59 PM

Hi,

I did refered to this article before starting my discussion thread. Format pattern is not working as displayed in this article, i.e "M/d/yyyy h:mm tt"

Please post sample application which satisfies my requirement.

 -Vishal

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answered on 30 Sep 2008, 08:24 AM
Hello Vanitha,

We have addressed your question in the support ticket you have opened on the same topic.

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