MINIMUM DATE AND MAXIMUM DATE FOR A DATE PICKER IN A TABULAR FORM

MINIMUM DATE:
The Minimum date can
be set for a date picker in the tabular form using the following steps.
1. Set SYSDATE
as the source value to an item Using PLSQL Function Body.


Using
the following code
BEGIN
RETURN
SYSDATE;

END;


Go
to EDIT PAGE-> JAVASCRIPT->Execute when page load
 Then, set this date to the required
column Using this code below
$(“td[headers=’COLUMN_NAME‘]
input”)
.datepicker(“option”,”changeMonth”,false)
.datepicker(“option”,”minDate”,$v(“ITEM
NAME
“));
EX:
$(“td[headers=’DEACTIVATION_DATE’]
input”)
.datepicker(“option”,”changeMonth”,false)
.datepicker(“option”,”minDate”,$v(“P16_SYSDATE”));


MAXIMUM
DATE:
The Maximum date can
be set for a date picker in the tabular form Similar to the above mentioned
steps.
Only change is that
Go
to EDIT PAGE-> JAVASCRIPT->Execute when page load
 Then, set this date to the required
column Using this code below
$(“td[headers=’COLUMN_NAME‘]
input”)
.datepicker(“option”,”changeMonth”,false)
.datepicker(“option”,”maxDate“,$v(“ITEM
NAME
“));


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Angel

  • December 29, 2016 | 26 views
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