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the onchange event would fire ONLY when the field loses focus after editing of its value. Here it does not seem to lose focus.
If you can edit the getCalendar method, you can call the textbox's onblur event bu that would be totally silly coz if you can do that... you can actually put your code of onchange there. Makes more sense.
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Bear Bibeault wrote:Depends upon what you are trying to do.
On my page I have several table rows of data. One prticular column holds a text box with date in it, another column holds a value that indicates wheather or not the row has been modified. When the user clicks the date text box a calendar form pops up for them to select a date from. The calendar form closes and changes the value of the text box which called it.
Now my challenge is to set the modify column cell to 1 if the date changes.