Re: DateField throwing runtime error in IE only

2010-07-31 Thread shetc

I went with catrina84's solution by using a  date text field out of the form,
and a related hidden text in the form.
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Re: DateField throwing runtime error in IE only

2010-07-27 Thread shetc

Does anyone know if this issue was ever resolved? I've just come across it as
well.
I am trying to display a DateTextField and a DatePicker within a Form,
within a Panel, within a ModalWindow.
Works just fine in FF but fails in evil IE7/8 (that is, the calendar does
not appear). I am using version
1.4.9 of Wicket.

Thanks!
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Re: DateField throwing runtime error in IE only

2008-11-06 Thread jensiator

I got the same problem. And I dont want to change the contentpanel to a page
content in the modal. 
Does anyone got a solution for this?
Jens


Michael Mehrle wrote:
 
 I have a DateField inside a modal and when clicking on the date icon
 it's throwing a 'unknown runtime error' in IE's JavaScript console.
 Works in Safari and Firefox.
 
  
 
 Is this a commonly known problem?
 
  
 
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Re: DateField throwing runtime error in IE only

2008-09-10 Thread Eyal Golan
cartina, nanotech,
I had similar problem. (I will ask it when I have time to compose it well :)
)
Try to use a page with the Modal and not a panel.
The change should be pretty easy.

Hope that will help

On Tue, Sep 9, 2008 at 4:19 PM, cartina84 [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:


  I am having the same problem in IE7 on a ModalWindow with a Panel, with a
 DateTextField and a DatePicker attached to it. if I set the date the
 calendar does not appare. i try to use wicket 1.4m2-m3 but problem remain..
 If I remove date from the datetextfield and click on calendar again then
 calendar appare.
 Someone have the solution?


 Michael Mehrle wrote:
 
  I have a DateField inside a modal and when clicking on the date icon
  it's throwing a 'unknown runtime error' in IE's JavaScript console.
  Works in Safari and Firefox.
 
 
 
  Is this a commonly known problem?
 
 
 
  Michael
 
 
 

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Re: DateField throwing runtime error in IE only

2008-09-10 Thread cartina84

I need use a panel because I must replace it to another when the user choose
an option.



egolan74 wrote:
 
 cartina, nanotech,
 I had similar problem. (I will ask it when I have time to compose it well
 :)
 )
 Try to use a page with the Modal and not a panel.
 The change should be pretty easy.
 
 Hope that will help
 
 On Tue, Sep 9, 2008 at 4:19 PM, cartina84 [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 

  I am having the same problem in IE7 on a ModalWindow with a Panel, with
 a
 DateTextField and a DatePicker attached to it. if I set the date the
 calendar does not appare. i try to use wicket 1.4m2-m3 but problem
 remain..
 If I remove date from the datetextfield and click on calendar again then
 calendar appare.
 Someone have the solution?


 Michael Mehrle wrote:
 
  I have a DateField inside a modal and when clicking on the date icon
  it's throwing a 'unknown runtime error' in IE's JavaScript console.
  Works in Safari and Firefox.
 
 
 
  Is this a commonly known problem?
 
 
 
  Michael
 
 
 

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Re: DateField throwing runtime error in IE only

2008-09-10 Thread Eyal Golan
OK,
I'll try to describe my problem and maybe it will clear up yours.
I'm not sure, but hey, who knows.

We have a customized button.
Basically what it does is:
1. I force the user to put button in the markup (with the check tag
method).
2. I add in the content between the button and /button a table.
3. This table has three columns with gifs so I can manipulate how the button
looks like.
4. When move over, the gifs are changing to different color.
5. All of this is by using a behavior.
And now comes the problem:
We also add JS after rendering:
@Override
protected void onAfterRender() {
if (isVisible()) {
getResponse().write(Consts.getResizeScript(getMarkupId()));
}
super.onAfterRender();
}

The resize script has this this (only a small portion):
...
strBuilder.append(document.getElementById('btnObj_);
...
(after the underscore we add the id)
And the problem:
When I used a modal window with a Panel that have this button, I got a
script error.
Looking at FireBug, I saw that it doesn't find the element.
I guessed that because the panel is hidden, the button is not there so we
get null.
I tried to add setOutputMarkupPlaceholderTag(true);
but it didn't help.
When I switched the modal to use a Page (just made my panel to a page), it
worked.

So,
1. Wicket experts, what do you think?
2. cartina - do you think my problem is related to yours?


On Wed, Sep 10, 2008 at 10:21 AM, cartina84 [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:


 I need use a panel because I must replace it to another when the user
 choose
 an option.



 egolan74 wrote:
 
  cartina, nanotech,
  I had similar problem. (I will ask it when I have time to compose it well
  :)
  )
  Try to use a page with the Modal and not a panel.
  The change should be pretty easy.
 
  Hope that will help
 
  On Tue, Sep 9, 2008 at 4:19 PM, cartina84 [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 wrote:
 
 
   I am having the same problem in IE7 on a ModalWindow with a Panel, with
  a
  DateTextField and a DatePicker attached to it. if I set the date the
  calendar does not appare. i try to use wicket 1.4m2-m3 but problem
  remain..
  If I remove date from the datetextfield and click on calendar again then
  calendar appare.
  Someone have the solution?
 
 
  Michael Mehrle wrote:
  
   I have a DateField inside a modal and when clicking on the date icon
   it's throwing a 'unknown runtime error' in IE's JavaScript console.
   Works in Safari and Firefox.
  
  
  
   Is this a commonly known problem?
  
  
  
   Michael
  
  
  
 
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Re: DateField throwing runtime error in IE only

2008-09-10 Thread cartina84

I think we have a different problem.
I have a form with 2 ajax button, 3 labels and 2 date text field with 2 date
picker.
when i click on datePicker the calendar do not came up. if put the
datetextfield ( and its date picker) out of the form it works fine.



egolan74 wrote:
 
 OK,
 I'll try to describe my problem and maybe it will clear up yours.
 I'm not sure, but hey, who knows.
 
 We have a customized button.
 Basically what it does is:
 1. I force the user to put button in the markup (with the check tag
 method).
 2. I add in the content between the button and /button a table.
 3. This table has three columns with gifs so I can manipulate how the
 button
 looks like.
 4. When move over, the gifs are changing to different color.
 5. All of this is by using a behavior.
 And now comes the problem:
 We also add JS after rendering:
 @Override
 protected void onAfterRender() {
 if (isVisible()) {
 getResponse().write(Consts.getResizeScript(getMarkupId()));
 }
 super.onAfterRender();
 }
 
 The resize script has this this (only a small portion):
 ...
 strBuilder.append(document.getElementById('btnObj_);
 ...
 (after the underscore we add the id)
 And the problem:
 When I used a modal window with a Panel that have this button, I got a
 script error.
 Looking at FireBug, I saw that it doesn't find the element.
 I guessed that because the panel is hidden, the button is not there so we
 get null.
 I tried to add setOutputMarkupPlaceholderTag(true);
 but it didn't help.
 When I switched the modal to use a Page (just made my panel to a page), it
 worked.
 
 So,
 1. Wicket experts, what do you think?
 2. cartina - do you think my problem is related to yours?
 
 
 On Wed, Sep 10, 2008 at 10:21 AM, cartina84 [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 wrote:
 

 I need use a panel because I must replace it to another when the user
 choose
 an option.



 egolan74 wrote:
 
  cartina, nanotech,
  I had similar problem. (I will ask it when I have time to compose it
 well
  :)
  )
  Try to use a page with the Modal and not a panel.
  The change should be pretty easy.
 
  Hope that will help
 
  On Tue, Sep 9, 2008 at 4:19 PM, cartina84 [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 wrote:
 
 
   I am having the same problem in IE7 on a ModalWindow with a Panel,
 with
  a
  DateTextField and a DatePicker attached to it. if I set the date the
  calendar does not appare. i try to use wicket 1.4m2-m3 but problem
  remain..
  If I remove date from the datetextfield and click on calendar again
 then
  calendar appare.
  Someone have the solution?
 
 
  Michael Mehrle wrote:
  
   I have a DateField inside a modal and when clicking on the date icon
   it's throwing a 'unknown runtime error' in IE's JavaScript console.
   Works in Safari and Firefox.
  
  
  
   Is this a commonly known problem?
  
  
  
   Michael
  
  
  
 
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Re: DateField throwing runtime error in IE only

2008-09-10 Thread Eyal Golan
Maybe you are correct, but could you try to change to a Page only to see if
the problem still happens?
I thought that the problems are related because I guessed that somehow, a
modal is not visible so the children are not rendered so the JS can't find
them.
And because of that it won't response at yours and will have nulls in mine.
Maybe after you added the text field it was rendered ...

On Wed, Sep 10, 2008 at 11:22 AM, cartina84 [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:


 I think we have a different problem.
 I have a form with 2 ajax button, 3 labels and 2 date text field with 2
 date
 picker.
 when i click on datePicker the calendar do not came up. if put the
 datetextfield ( and its date picker) out of the form it works fine.



 egolan74 wrote:
 
  OK,
  I'll try to describe my problem and maybe it will clear up yours.
  I'm not sure, but hey, who knows.
 
  We have a customized button.
  Basically what it does is:
  1. I force the user to put button in the markup (with the check tag
  method).
  2. I add in the content between the button and /button a table.
  3. This table has three columns with gifs so I can manipulate how the
  button
  looks like.
  4. When move over, the gifs are changing to different color.
  5. All of this is by using a behavior.
  And now comes the problem:
  We also add JS after rendering:
  @Override
  protected void onAfterRender() {
  if (isVisible()) {
  getResponse().write(Consts.getResizeScript(getMarkupId()));
  }
  super.onAfterRender();
  }
 
  The resize script has this this (only a small portion):
  ...
  strBuilder.append(document.getElementById('btnObj_);
  ...
  (after the underscore we add the id)
  And the problem:
  When I used a modal window with a Panel that have this button, I got a
  script error.
  Looking at FireBug, I saw that it doesn't find the element.
  I guessed that because the panel is hidden, the button is not there so we
  get null.
  I tried to add setOutputMarkupPlaceholderTag(true);
  but it didn't help.
  When I switched the modal to use a Page (just made my panel to a page),
 it
  worked.
 
  So,
  1. Wicket experts, what do you think?
  2. cartina - do you think my problem is related to yours?
 
 
  On Wed, Sep 10, 2008 at 10:21 AM, cartina84 [EMAIL PROTECTED]
  wrote:
 
 
  I need use a panel because I must replace it to another when the user
  choose
  an option.
 
 
 
  egolan74 wrote:
  
   cartina, nanotech,
   I had similar problem. (I will ask it when I have time to compose it
  well
   :)
   )
   Try to use a page with the Modal and not a panel.
   The change should be pretty easy.
  
   Hope that will help
  
   On Tue, Sep 9, 2008 at 4:19 PM, cartina84 [EMAIL PROTECTED]
  wrote:
  
  
I am having the same problem in IE7 on a ModalWindow with a Panel,
  with
   a
   DateTextField and a DatePicker attached to it. if I set the date the
   calendar does not appare. i try to use wicket 1.4m2-m3 but problem
   remain..
   If I remove date from the datetextfield and click on calendar again
  then
   calendar appare.
   Someone have the solution?
  
  
   Michael Mehrle wrote:
   
I have a DateField inside a modal and when clicking on the date
 icon
it's throwing a 'unknown runtime error' in IE's JavaScript console.
Works in Safari and Firefox.
   
   
   
Is this a commonly known problem?
   
   
   
Michael
   
   
   
  
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Re: DateField throwing runtime error in IE only

2008-09-10 Thread cartina84

but if i not initialize the date the calendar came up one time only..
I resolved with an date text field out of the form and an hidden text in the
form..
it isn't a good practice but for now work fine


egolan74 wrote:
 
 Maybe you are correct, but could you try to change to a Page only to see
 if
 the problem still happens?
 I thought that the problems are related because I guessed that somehow, a
 modal is not visible so the children are not rendered so the JS can't find
 them.
 And because of that it won't response at yours and will have nulls in
 mine.
 Maybe after you added the text field it was rendered ...
 
 On Wed, Sep 10, 2008 at 11:22 AM, cartina84 [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 wrote:
 

 I think we have a different problem.
 I have a form with 2 ajax button, 3 labels and 2 date text field with 2
 date
 picker.
 when i click on datePicker the calendar do not came up. if put the
 datetextfield ( and its date picker) out of the form it works fine.



 egolan74 wrote:
 
  OK,
  I'll try to describe my problem and maybe it will clear up yours.
  I'm not sure, but hey, who knows.
 
  We have a customized button.
  Basically what it does is:
  1. I force the user to put button in the markup (with the check tag
  method).
  2. I add in the content between the button and /button a table.
  3. This table has three columns with gifs so I can manipulate how the
  button
  looks like.
  4. When move over, the gifs are changing to different color.
  5. All of this is by using a behavior.
  And now comes the problem:
  We also add JS after rendering:
  @Override
  protected void onAfterRender() {
  if (isVisible()) {
  getResponse().write(Consts.getResizeScript(getMarkupId()));
  }
  super.onAfterRender();
  }
 
  The resize script has this this (only a small portion):
  ...
  strBuilder.append(document.getElementById('btnObj_);
  ...
  (after the underscore we add the id)
  And the problem:
  When I used a modal window with a Panel that have this button, I got a
  script error.
  Looking at FireBug, I saw that it doesn't find the element.
  I guessed that because the panel is hidden, the button is not there so
 we
  get null.
  I tried to add setOutputMarkupPlaceholderTag(true);
  but it didn't help.
  When I switched the modal to use a Page (just made my panel to a page),
 it
  worked.
 
  So,
  1. Wicket experts, what do you think?
  2. cartina - do you think my problem is related to yours?
 
 
  On Wed, Sep 10, 2008 at 10:21 AM, cartina84 [EMAIL PROTECTED]
  wrote:
 
 
  I need use a panel because I must replace it to another when the user
  choose
  an option.
 
 
 
  egolan74 wrote:
  
   cartina, nanotech,
   I had similar problem. (I will ask it when I have time to compose it
  well
   :)
   )
   Try to use a page with the Modal and not a panel.
   The change should be pretty easy.
  
   Hope that will help
  
   On Tue, Sep 9, 2008 at 4:19 PM, cartina84 [EMAIL PROTECTED]
  wrote:
  
  
I am having the same problem in IE7 on a ModalWindow with a Panel,
  with
   a
   DateTextField and a DatePicker attached to it. if I set the date
 the
   calendar does not appare. i try to use wicket 1.4m2-m3 but problem
   remain..
   If I remove date from the datetextfield and click on calendar again
  then
   calendar appare.
   Someone have the solution?
  
  
   Michael Mehrle wrote:
   
I have a DateField inside a modal and when clicking on the date
 icon
it's throwing a 'unknown runtime error' in IE's JavaScript
 console.
Works in Safari and Firefox.
   
   
   
Is this a commonly known problem?
   
   
   
Michael
   
   
   
  
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Re: DateField throwing runtime error in IE only

2008-09-09 Thread cartina84

 I am having the same problem in IE7 on a ModalWindow with a Panel, with a
DateTextField and a DatePicker attached to it. if I set the date the
calendar does not appare. i try to use wicket 1.4m2-m3 but problem remain..
If I remove date from the datetextfield and click on calendar again then
calendar appare.
Someone have the solution?


Michael Mehrle wrote:
 
 I have a DateField inside a modal and when clicking on the date icon
 it's throwing a 'unknown runtime error' in IE's JavaScript console.
 Works in Safari and Firefox.
 
  
 
 Is this a commonly known problem?
 
  
 
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Re: DateField throwing runtime error in IE only

2008-09-05 Thread nanotech

Hi,

Did you or anyone found the solution to this?
I am having the same problem in IE7 on a ModalWindow (implemented as Panel)
with a DateTextField and a DatePicker attached to it.

I noticed that it works for the first time when there is no date in the date
field...but after date is selected and if user wants to change the date it
does not work...Calendar does not come up.

If you remove date from the date text field and click on calendar again then
Calendar comes up but does not respond to date selection...and you cannot
close the calendar by clicking [x].It also shows unknown runtime error line
2993.

Did anyone face the similar problem?

Thanks,
RG




Michael Mehrle wrote:
 
 I have a DateField inside a modal and when clicking on the date icon
 it's throwing a 'unknown runtime error' in IE's JavaScript console.
 Works in Safari and Firefox.
 
  
 
 Is this a commonly known problem?
 
  
 
 Michael
 
 
 

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DateField throwing runtime error in IE only

2008-05-21 Thread Michael Mehrle
I have a DateField inside a modal and when clicking on the date icon
it's throwing a 'unknown runtime error' in IE's JavaScript console.
Works in Safari and Firefox.

 

Is this a commonly known problem?

 

Michael