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ShamusFoo
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ShamusFoo asked on 23 Feb 2010, 03:42 PM

 

I have a new record (an HTML ASP.NET form) and and edit records (an ASP.NET FormView).

I use the date picker in both.  Whe nI create a new record, the data is saved fine.

When I open the FormView to edit, the proper date is bound and pre-loaded into the RAD date picker.

When I change the data in the edit form and submit, the date does not change.  All other fields in the form view update correctly, so I do not think the events are not firing.

Here is the HTML"


<
asp:FormView ID="FormView1" runat="server" Caption="Company Details"

 

 

CssClass="dataTable" DataKeyNames="Id" DataSourceID="LinqDataSource1"

 

 

DefaultMode="Edit" onitemcommand="FormView1_ItemCommand"

 

 

onitemupdated="FormView1_ItemUpdated">

 

 

<RowStyle CssClass="rowa" />

 

 

<EditItemTemplate>

 

 

<table cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0" class="style1">

 

 

// CLIPPED FOR READABILITY

 

 

<tr>

 

 

<td>

 

URL:

</td>

 

 

<td>

 

 

<asp:TextBox ID="URLTextBox" runat="server" CssClass="textBox"

 

 

Text='<%# Bind("URL") %>' Width="200px" />

 

 

</td>

 

 

</tr>

 

 

<tr>

 

 

<td>

 

 

&nbsp;</td>

 

 

<td>

 

 

<asp:CheckBox ID="IsActiveCheckBox" runat="server"

 

 

Checked='<%# Bind("IsActive") %>' Text="Is Active?" />

 

 

<asp:CheckBox ID="IsQIBCheckBox" runat="server" Checked='<%# Bind("IsQIB") %>'

 

 

Text="Is QIB?" />

 

 

</td>

 

 

</tr>

 

 

<tr>

 

 

<td>

 

QIB Exp Date:

</td>

 

 

<td>

 

 

<radCln:RadDatePicker ID="txtQibDate" Runat="server"

 

 

Culture="English (United States)" EnableTyping="False"

 

 

DbSelectedDate='<%# Bind("QIB_Exp_Date") %>'>

 

 

<DateInput Skin="">

 

 

</DateInput>

 

 

</radCln:RadDatePicker>

 

 

</td>

 

 

</tr>

 

 

</table>

 

 

&nbsp;<asp:LinkButton ID="UpdateButton" runat="server" CausesValidation="True"

 

 

CommandName="Update" CssClass="linkButton" Text="Update" />

 

 

&nbsp;<asp:LinkButton ID="UpdateCancelButton" runat="server"

 

 

CausesValidation="False" CommandName="Cancel" CssClass="linkButton"

 

 

Text="Cancel" />

 

 

</EditItemTemplate>


Thanks.

 

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Martin
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answered on 25 Feb 2010, 02:29 PM
Hello ShamusFoo,

I have attached a small sample project based on your scenario that runs as expected on my side. Please give it a try and let me know how it goes.

I hope this helps,
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answered on 25 Feb 2010, 06:26 PM
Your sample looks pretty much like mine.  Neither one works.  Thanks.

Do I require the 'RadControls' folder for this to work?

It seems to function properly.  The pop-up appears, the new date gets added to the text box.  Just when I submit, the new date never gets saved.

All the other fields in the formview update correctly.

Thanks.
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Martin
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answered on 03 Mar 2010, 06:38 AM
Hello ShamusFoo,

I am afraid that I can not confirm the issue on my side - I double checked the test project I sent you, and it works as expected. Could you please confirm that you have tried it on your machine?

Since I am not able to replicate the problem I would suggest you to open a formal support ticket and send us a small sample project that we could debug locally. This way we would be able to trace the cause of the issue and provide you with the needed resolution.

Regards,
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