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Is It possible to set ClientEvents-OnError for RadDate Picker From directly Web.config

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Abhishek Chowdhury
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Abhishek Chowdhury asked on 17 Jun 2010, 07:10 AM
In my project there are lots of Data Pickers are present not only in entire project but also on individual pages.
I am using Telerik 2010 Q1 .
So the problem i am facing is that on pasting the characters or typing characters in the Date Picker it is not validating at all and my page gets submitted on submit click.
but if i use some thing like this in one JS file i.e.(Common.JS)

 

function Error(sender, args) {

 

sender.clear();

}

and then in individual page i write 

 

<

 

telerik:RadDatePicker ID="dtFollowUpDate" runat="server" Skin="Office2007" Culture="English (United States)"

 

 

 

Height="18px">

 

 

 

<DatePopupButton ImageUrl="" HoverImageUrl=""></DatePopupButton>

 

 

 

<DateInput ID="DateInput1" Skin="Office2007" runat="server" DateFormat="dd-MMM-yyyy" DisplayDateFormat="dd-MMM-yyyy"

 

 

 

ClientEvents-OnError="Error" Height="18px">

 

 

 

</DateInput>

 

 

 

<Calendar ID="Calendar2" runat="server" Skin="Office2007">

 

 

 

</Calendar>

 

 

 

</telerik:RadDatePicker>

 and its work perfectly for me.But for this to happen i have to write in all the pages for each control.

So what i want is to write some common thing in Web.config so that all the page should take effect.
Some thing like this

 

<

 

add key="Telerik.Web.UI.RadDateInput.ClientEvents-OnError" value="Error" />

 

 

 

Please advice how these can be achived or there is any other way to do this globally.
Thanks in Advance.

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Dimo
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answered on 21 Jun 2010, 10:12 AM
Hello Abhishek,

You can't use the web.config in your case, but you can inherit the RadDatePicker control and add the OnError handler programmatically in the inherited control's constructor.

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