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Datetime Picker Checked/IsNullDate properties

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2543 Jan 29,2003 11:39 AM Jan 30,2003 09:07 AM Windows Forms 2
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Anthony
Asked On January 29, 2003 11:39 AM

I am having a challenge using the Checked and IsNullDate properties on the DatetimePickerExt control. I may not be using it correctly. I am trying to load a form with the control disabled, without a value and as the user enters other field values, enable/disable the control and set/remove it's value. 1. Should setting the IsNullDate property to True cause the display to clear out the text value? It does not appear to do this. 2. Should setting the Checked to False, disable the control from use? Is does not appear to do this. I am setting the properties in code, but the control does not appear to have the behave the same as if I clicked on the None button or the checkbox at runtime. Any thoughts? Anthony Mansfield

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Replied On January 29, 2003 06:37 PM

Hi Anthony, What is the version of Essential Tools that you are using? The latest service pack has a complete re-write of the date time picker in place(the public interface remains the same). This version fixes these issues. Regards, Daniel Syncfusion

Anthony
Replied On January 30, 2003 09:07 AM

Hello Daniel - Thank you for the response. The Syncfusion.Tools Assembly Version is 1.5.1.1 with a File Date of 12/4/2002. Is there a later version or a hot fix that I should apply? Thanks - Anthony > Hi Anthony, > What is the version of Essential Tools that you are using? The latest service pack has a complete re-write of the date time picker in place(the public interface remains the same). This version fixes these issues. > > Regards, > Daniel > Syncfusion

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