RadCalendar -- always with selected date.

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  1. 63F75A2C-1F16-4AED-AFE8-B1BBD57646AD
    63F75A2C-1F16-4AED-AFE8-B1BBD57646AD avatar
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    Posted 08 May 2007 Link to this post


    RadCalendar for ASP .NET version

    RadControls for ASP .NET AJAX version

    Q1 2007

    2008.1.415 and later

    .NET version

    2.0 (RadCalendar for ASP .NET)

    2.0 and later (RadControls for ASP .NET AJAX)

    Visual Studio version

    2005/2008 (RadCalendar for ASP .NET)

    2005 and later(RadControls for ASP .NET AJAX)

    Programming language

    Browser support

    all supported by RadCalendar for ASP .NET

    all browsers supported by RadControls for ASP .NET AJAX

    Certain applications require a calendar that has a selected date at any time. This could be achieved using OnDateSelected client event of RadCalendar classic / OnDateSelecting client event of RadCalendar for ASP .NET AJAX. The bare-bone logic of the javascript function used is that whenever a date is selected all the rest selected dates in the calendar should be deselected. If a date is being deselected by the user, the event is canceled.

    Note: OnDateSelected / OnDateSelecting is fired when a date is deselected too. In order to avoid unnecessary executions and code complications for managing this case, the calendar has its EnableMulstiSelect property set to true, while the method logic prevents the calendar from having more than one selected date at a time.
  2. 23C72464-8FC9-43C3-9A12-B431B37B7758
    23C72464-8FC9-43C3-9A12-B431B37B7758 avatar
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    Posted 02 Sep 2008 Link to this post


    Attached to this message, is a RadCalendar for ASP .NET AJAX version of the project posted initially.

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    the Telerik team

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