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Adding a Calendar Control

Steve Dyke
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What is the best way to add a Calendar to my JSP
William Brogden
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What functionality is the Calendar expected to have?

Is there an example somewhere you are trying to emulate?

Can you make a static (not generated by JSP) HTML page with a Calendar as a prototype?

Bill
Steve Dyke
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In an input form I have several date fields. I thought it would be easier on the user to have a calendar popup to choose a date from rather thn typing it in.
ujjwal soni
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Hi,

You can use javascript to embed a calender on your pages.

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Ujjwal Soni


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Ben Souther
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As ujjwal soni has mentioned, this is something that is better done in Javascript.
Moving to our HTML/Javascript forum.


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Eric Pascarello
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Take a look at DynamicDrive.com or JavaScriptKit.com and find one that meets your needs.

Eric
Daesung Park
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There are many libraries. I prefer YUI.
http://developer.yahoo.com/yui/calendar/


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D Rog
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Considering that Yahoo will be Microsoft soon, you can just borrow an implementation from hotmail calendar. I really like its L&F.


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