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RadDatePicker does not have a public property named 'Calender'
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Sid
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Sid asked on 10 Sep 2009, 05:19 AM
Good Evening All,

I have the October 2008 build of RADControls for ASP.net Ajax.  I have a asp:wizard control in a website built on .Net 3.5 on a page that invokes RadDatePicker as follows
                <telerik:RadDatePicker ID="txteffdate" runat="server" Culture="English (United States)" 
                selecteddate="<%#datetime.tody %>">  
                <Calendar runat="server" Font-Names="Arial, Verdana, Tahoma" ForeColor="Black" 
                style="border-color:#ececec">  
                </Calendar> 
                <DateInput runat="server" Skin=""></DateInput> 
                <DatePopupButton CssClass="" /> 
                </telerik:RadDatePicker> 
When I go to Design mode in VS2008, the entire wizard control has an error:
Error Rendering Control - Wizard1
Type "Telerik.Web.UI.RadDatePicker" does not have a public property named 'Calender'.

Is this a bug? 
Is there a property with a typo of Calender instead of Calendar?  If so, how does this get fixed?

Sidenote:
I'm wanting to Ajaxify my contact page, containing this wizard control.  Is there a better control to use instead of asp:wizard?

Thanks much for your help!
Sid

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Martin
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answered on 14 Sep 2009, 02:31 PM
Hello Sid,

Certainly RadDatePicker does not have property "Calender" different than its "Calendar" one. I tried to reproduce the error you get in design time but without success. Maybe you have a "Calender" call somewhere else in your code. So if you send us a simplified sample project demonstrating the issue we will be able to give you a more detailed answer about the reason that cause it.

As to the AJAX-ifying the page I would strongly recommend you to use one of the Ajax controls we provide. For simpler scenarios you may use the RadAjaxPanel that mimics the behaviour of the standard UpdatePanel control but also adds some additional functionality. In sophisticated scenarios you can pick up the RadAjaxManager that supports scenarios with MasterPages, UserControls and many more.
For online demos of the controls please take a look at the following links:
RadAjaxPanel
RadAjaxManager

I hope this helps.

Regards,
Martin
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