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DateNavigator Colapsed ?

Hi everyone,

I need to put a field date in my webdynpro app. Example:

Admission Date: __12/02/2004__[x]

If the user clicks the "date" button, then a datenavigator appears and he/she can select a new date.

Well... that's the behavior that I want.

Somebody knows how to implement it ? or any alternative solution ?

Thanks and REgards from Monterrey 😉

Diego

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    Posted on Dec 02, 2004 at 08:22 PM

    Hi Diego,

    Is it that you need to use the Date Navigator UI only because you can do a easier thing like map the Inout Field to a context attribute having the data type as DATE. This will enable the Date Picker to enabled.

    Just a suggestion coz i thought this will be easier.

    Regards

    Sidharth

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      The visual appearance of Web Dynpro applications can only be changed by modifying the underlying style sheets or by using some of the available logical style properties like Button.design etc.

      This decision was made to provide for a maximum degree of consistency in the visual design of Web Dynpro applications and conformance with the theme used in the Enterprise Portal.

      Armin

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    Posted on Dec 02, 2004 at 10:49 PM

    Bind the "value"-property of the input field to a context attribute of DDIC type "date". The rest is done by Web Dynpro for you.

    Armin

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