Calender Script?

I have been trying to get one of the calender javascripts to work with
the <%= form.text_field. So when the user pick the date it updates the
time fields? (like in normal reservation system where you pick up the
date and time from the calender and when user pick the selection it
updates the field) but I could not get this to work.

Does anyone have got something similar to work? or could someone help me
with this.

thanks

woow wrote:

I have been trying to get one of the calender javascripts to work with
the <%= form.text_field. So when the user pick the date it updates the
time fields? (like in normal reservation system where you pick up the
date and time from the calender and when user pick the selection it
updates the field) but I could not get this to work.

Does anyone have got something similar to work? or could someone help me
with this.

thanks

any help???

Hello,

We use this calendar in our rails apps:
http://dynarch.com/mishoo/calendar.epl

From below is taken from our views. We end up parsing the results (in the
case its called newSchDate) manually into our Activerecord date…

<link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" media="all"

href="/calendar/calendar-win2k-1.css" title=“blue” />

<!-- main calendar program -->
<script type="text/javascript" src="/calendar/calendar.js"></script>

<!-- language for the calendar -->
<script type="text/javascript" src="/calendar/lang/calendar-en.js

">

<!-- the following script defines the Calendar.setup helper 

function,
which makes
adding a calendar a matter of 1 or 2 lines of code. -->

   <input type="text" name="newSchDate" id="newSchDate" readonly="1"

value="<%= @params[:newSchDate] %>"/>

available as a Rails bundle here:

http://blog.inquirylabs.com/2006/01/26/bundled-resource-v-09-full-dynarch-calendar-support/

François Montel wrote:

available as a Rails bundle here:

http://blog.inquirylabs.com/2006/01/26/bundled-resource-v-09-full-dynarch-calendar-support/

Thanks…and I am trying to include the fallowing in one of my already
exsiting application and its kind of confusing how I could do this…is
it possible for u to redirect or give me step be step instructions…I
am new to ruby…

Thanks

Stephen.

Thank you so much…Is it possible for you to share the link to your
website or how I can use this calender script? So I can take look at the
code…and get it to work at my end?

Thank you again

Stephen wrote:

Hello,

We use this calendar in our rails apps:
http://dynarch.com/mishoo/calendar.epl

From below is taken from our views. We end up parsing the results (in the
case its called newSchDate) manually into our Activerecord date…

<link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" media="all"

href="/calendar/calendar-win2k-1.css" title=“blue” />

<!-- main calendar program -->
<script type="text/javascript" src="/calendar/calendar.js"></script>

<!-- language for the calendar -->
<script type="text/javascript" src="/calendar/lang/calendar-en.js

">

<!-- the following script defines the Calendar.setup helper 

function,
which makes
adding a calendar a matter of 1 or 2 lines of code. -->

   <input type="text" name="newSchDate" id="newSchDate" readonly="1"

value="<%= @params[:newSchDate] %>"/>

and that’s it… 1-2-3 !

Concise & Impressive!

Does it work transparently when saving/updating.

text_field like ‘27-07-2007’ have to be converted too suit the date
type in the db ?

Did it need some changes in the controller ?

Thanks

woow wrote:

François Montel wrote:

available as a Rails bundle here:

http://blog.inquirylabs.com/2006/01/26/bundled-resource-v-09-full-dynarch-calendar-support/

Thanks…and I am trying to include the fallowing in one of my already
exsiting application and its kind of confusing how I could do this…is
it possible for u to redirect or give me step be step instructions…I
am new to ruby…

Thanks

a big hammer to kill a fly… I tried too but I found a much simpler,
neat and useful solution at :

http://www.frequency-decoder.com/demo/fd-date-picker/

1- js and media folders to be moved into your public folder
2- insert 2 lines in your layout
<%= stylesheet_link_tag “scaffold”, “fd_datepicker”, :media =>
“all” %>

3- insert the tag in your form
My Date

<%=
text_field_tag(‘mydate’, @mydate, {:class => “format-d-m-y”, :readonly
=> “readonly”, :maxlength => “25”} )
%>

you can also modify the class according to the demo… replacing
“format-d-m-y” by @mydateclass

and that’s it… 1-2-3 !

kad

You know, while I’ve downloaded it for future use in an application, I
haven’t actually tried it, so I don’t know exactly how it works or what
steps you would need to take to make it work for you. (I’m pretty new to
Ruby myself.)

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