Last post May 05, 2009 05:03 AM by Coool
May 01, 2009 04:29 PM|ryguy61|LINK
I have an app that uses the ASP.NET AJAX Modal Popup Extender for editing data. Currently the date field text boxes are using the AJAX Calendar Extender for usablity, but I would like to change these fields to use the jQuery DatePicker UI. However, when
I attempt to use the jQuery option, the date picker popups up behind the modal being displayed, making it unusable. I have tried to adjust the z-Index for both the modal control and the modify the jQuery CSS theme's z-Index, but niether fixed the problem.
May 04, 2009 07:04 AM|Lance Zhang - MSFT|LINK
Actually, we don't suggest you use other AJAX frameworks and ASP.Net Ajax on the same site or on the same page.
In this scenario, I suggest you use CalendarExtendar instead of jQuery DatePicker:
May 04, 2009 06:09 PM|ryguy61|LINK
That is completely do-able, there is one issue however. The CalendarExtender controls are using a image calendar as the PopupControlId, instead of the actual textbox it is bound to. When you click on the calendar image the calendar pops, however to hide
the claendar you either have to select on a date or click on the image that the calendar is using to pop up. Is there a way to create an "OnBlur" event to hide the calendar if the user clicks outside of the calendar being displayed?
May 05, 2009 05:03 AM|Coool|LINK
It will not conflict with AJAX Framework library the way jQyery use of $ conflicts.