VRVenkateshwaran Ramdoss Syncfusion Team January 2, 2017 09:34 AM UTC
Thank you for contacting Syncfusion Support.
We have checked the reported issue by creating a sample. In this sample, we have set the MaxDate and scrolled to MaxDate boundary. But we were unable to reproduce the reported issue at our end. We have prepared a sample and video for your reference and it can be downloaded from the below link.
Can you please check whether we have following proper reproducing steps or else please provide more details about your query by modifying the sample and providing reproducible steps which is helpful us to provide a prompt solution as earlier as possible ?
BHBrian HusseyJanuary 3, 2017 04:27 PM UTC
I originally had this classified under UWP having the issue not WPF. I have include a picture of the email response from your forums that shows UWP.
Please check the video and sample and let us know whether we have followed the correct replication steps. If not please modify our sample into issue reproducible and also provide us the product version that you are currently using? It would be helpful for us to proceed further on this.
Regards, Vijayalakshmi V.R.
BHBrian HusseyJanuary 4, 2017 01:53 PM UTC
I can duplicate the problem with your example.
Here are the steps with max date of 3/20/2017
Set the date to 3/21/2010
On the year part scroll as fast as you can to 2017
It will throw the exception
If I use the arrow keys it works fine. I can make the exception happen with min date using the same technique. It has to do with scrolling fast and the method that when you scroll past the date it rolls back.
VRVijayalakshmi Roopkumar Syncfusion Team January 5, 2017 08:51 AM UTC
We were able to reproduce the reported issue with SfDatePicker and have logged defect report regarding this. A support incident to track the status of this defect has been created under your account. Please log on to our support website to check for further updates