While this works fine for saving the report query, the problem is that when user retrieves the saved report query by selecting the saved query name, the calendar icon (datepicker) is hidden even if the value in the text box populated form the saved query is date. Therefore, user cannot modify the date.
So, I am wondering if I can use jQuery to show/hide the calendar icon during the 'btnClick_Retrieve' event??
If yes, how do write this query if the IDs of the controls on the web form are as below:
Report Criteria Fields value text boxes: txtBox0, txtBox1,txtBox2,txtBox3,txtBox4, and txtBox5
Calendar icon (datepicker) control: dp0, dp1,dp2,dp3,dp4, and dp5
It will be interesting to know and use this great programming tool. I am excited. Please help me understand morel...
Update1: I have added my html example to jsFiddle. Here is the link: Techie's jsFiddle
In the example, the jQuery should check the value in txtBox0 and txtBox1. It is date then it should make the calender image 'DP0' and/or 'DP1' visible. Otherwise image will be hidden.
Update 2: I have added my own version of jQuery on jsFiddle. I am not sure if this will work. First off, I am not sure how should the jQuery validate that the data populated by fill method in the text boxes is date or not. Second, I don't know how to fire the jQuery at the appropriate time. Or will it just do what it is supposed to do whenever change in the field value occurs? Need some help here as well.
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