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Add a calendar to your ASP.NET app

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This week's .NET e-newsletter describes how you can use the Calendar control to add calendar functionality to your ASP.NET applications. Will you use this method? Please let us know why or why not.

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Displaying calendar control like an icon

by Uday In reply to Add a calendar to your AS ...

It was a good explanation of what we could do with the calendar control. How can we make it work just like the outlook date control with an icon?

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Please elaborate

by aspatton Contributor In reply to Displaying calendar contr ...

I don't understand the question. Do you want to display a small imange and only display the full calendar when this image is selected? If so, you could place the calendar cotnrol on its own form and open it as a popup window via JavaScript.

-Tony.

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by satish_appasani In reply to Add a calendar to your AS ...

I want to get the date selected in the date picker in to text field.

On putting a line of code for this in the OnSelectionChanged event, will it make a round trip to the server to put the date in the text field?

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Popup Style Calendar

by Quadrance In reply to

I've used the calendar control in ASP.Net and I have one complaint. It takes up a lot of real estate on the screen. Is there a way to make it a popup calendar?

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Include in its own form

by aspatton Contributor In reply to Popup Style Calendar

Place the calendar control on its own Web form. Now, you can open this form via JavaScript (window.open) and set the height and width accordingly.

-Tony.

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Yes

by aspatton Contributor In reply to

Yes, since it is a server-based control.

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