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data assist pages: insert date time in a single datetime mysql field using the datepicker?

Thread began 6/13/2017 11:37 am by tony | Last modified 6/14/2017 10:08 am by Ray Borduin | 93 views | 2 replies |

tony

data assist pages: insert date time in a single datetime mysql field using the datepicker?

Hi all,
I have a mysql field set as datetime.
And I have a form (created using the 'data assist pages' wizard) with a datepicker field.
But I cannot find a way to allow the user to pick time along the date.
If yhe user picks a date, once inserted in the db will look like 2017-06-13 00:00:00.

Is there a way to add the timepicker to the existing datepicker? even using some plug-ins?
TIA
tony

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

You would have to identify the timepicker you want to use, then you could use it. There is of course a way, but it would be a matter of following the implementation directions included with the timepicker you use.

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tony

Originally Said By: Ray Borduin
  You would have to identify the timepicker you want to use, then you could use it. There is of course a way, but it would be a matter of following the implementation directions included with the timepicker you use.  


Hi Ray,
I have found this plug-in (http://trentrichardson.com/examples/timepicker/) and it works great.
This should be implemented by default when you set a datetime field. I would consider this for a future implementation in WA.

Hope it helps other.

Ciao
Tony

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