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Datepicker Issues

Thread began 8/21/2012 7:13 pm by Gary Young | Last modified 8/23/2012 9:30 pm by Gary Young | 467 views | 2 replies |

Gary Young

Datepicker Issues

Hello,

I am having an issue with the datepicker inserted by CSS FB into my forms, the widget works fine but when it loads into the database it inserts 0000-00-00 rather than the date chosen. Data type in the database is set to 'date'.

CS4, DB 1.0.7, DE 1.1.0

Any help greatly appreciated,

Regards,

Gary

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

the MySQL Date Field expects the date to passed in the following format:
yyyy-mm-dd h:m:s

The date field in your form is not passing the date in that format.

to fix the problem, you can reformat the date that is passed, but first you will need to make note of the name of the date picker form element.

this example code will reformat the date passed by a date picker element named "datePicker"

php:
<?php

if(isset($_POST['datePicker']) && $_POST['datePicker'] != "") {
    
$_POST['datePicker'] = date("Y-m-d h:m:s"strtotime($_POST['datePicker']);
}
?>



you can add that code to line one of the form page

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Gary Young

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Hi Jason,

As usual thank you for the solution to the issue it worked like a charm, although I had 8 date pickers on the page in question it was easy enough to repair.

If this is a known issue with datepicker shouldn't the widget insert the corrective code when applying the behavior or at least have the documentation recommend using a different data type for the database?

Thanks again,

Gary

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