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Navigating by 10 years updates the contents of any element with "e-text" as a class

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118927 Apr 24,2015 11:41 AM UTC Apr 27,2015 12:49 PM UTC ASP.NET MVC 1
Tags: DatePicker
DuplicateGreg Gannicott
Asked On April 24, 2015 11:41 AM UTC

Hi. Could someone assist with the following please?

  1. Launch the pop-up Calendar Control and click the ‘month & year’ date in the control heading (i.e. ‘April 2015’) twice. This will result in there being 2 ‘year’ values in the heading (i.e. ‘2010-2019’).
  2. Select the left hand arrow button within the header.
When this takes place, every node in our SyncFusion TreeView is updated with the value "2000-2009".

As part of my investigation, I added the following code to our page:

<p class="e-text">Some Value</p>

When recreating the error, this also gets updated with "2000-2009".


@(Html.EJ().DatePickerFor(model => model.StartDateTime, (DatePickerProperties)ViewData["DateModel"]))
<div class="validation-error">
    @Html.ValidationMessageFor(model => model.StartDateTime)


Kasithangam C [Syncfusion]
Replied On April 27, 2015 12:49 PM UTC

Hi Greg,

We considered the requirement “Treeview text change while select year in datepicker” as a bug.We have logged a report on this and will fix the issue and it will be included in our Volume 2,2015, which has been scheduled to be rolled out at May month.

We have also created an incident internally to have a follow up with this issue.



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