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Date Picker on its own?

Thread began 1/21/2010 8:49 pm by Andrew Read | Last modified 2/19/2010 4:50 pm by Andrew Read | 2231 views | 6 replies

Andrew Read

It's almost working!

Thanks for moving this.. I have noted the new location and will put all future feature requests here.

I actually decided to try and get datePicker to work on it's own last night. I built a fake form with the 4 date fields that I require, all setup as they are in the regular DataAssist form and used CSS Form builder on them making them all date pickers.

I then moved the required javaScripts and "datePicker" related includes into the DataAssist form. Everything seems to work -EXCEPT- that the dates are formatted incorrectly when they are put into the fields by datePicker (they are MM/DD/YYYY rather than the YYYY-MM-DD that MySql expects.)

What is required for these dates to be properly formatted before they are submitted by the query?



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