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I need a help. i am doing reservation system my doubt is

i have 2 jdate chooser and text box and one jdatechooser is for start and one for end

for an example user selecting date from start date chooser and after that he entering the no of year in a text field. so automatically end date chooser changes the year where user cant edit the end date chooser

Step 1 Select the Date from Date chooser start

Step 2 enter the no of year in jtextbox

Step 3 automatically the end datechoser value changes
 
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Is that jdatechooser thing Javascript or a Java class?
 
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K. Tsang wrote:Is that jdatechooser thing Javascript or a Java class?


Java Class. if you can help me, i would be glad
 
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anesly manoj wrote:

K. Tsang wrote:Is that jdatechooser thing Javascript or a Java class?


Java Class. if you can help me, i would be glad


and working with netbeans
 
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The choice of IDE is irrelevant.

There's bound to be multiple widgets around that are named "jdatechooser", so it's hard to advise specifically, but have you looked through its javadocs in detail? I'm sure there are methods to set the year, and most likely also a method to lock the widget against changes.
 
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Ulf Dittmer wrote:The choice of IDE is irrelevant.

There's bound to be multiple widgets around that are named "jdatechooser", so it's hard to advise specifically, but have you looked through its javadocs in detail? I'm sure there are methods to set the year, and most likely also a method to lock the widget against changes.



no i have 2, one call start and nother one call end
 
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Welcome to the Ranch

Please supply some more details. Where did you get the date chooser from? Who wrote it? Where is its documentation? If we don't know that sort of thing, how can we help you?
 
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Campbell Ritchie wrote:Welcome to the Ranch

Please supply some more details. Where did you get the date chooser from? Who wrote it? Where is its documentation? If we don't know that sort of thing, how can we help you?



pls check the image!!! you will get me what im trying to see
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Is this the one you are using?
 
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Maneesh Godbole wrote:Is this the one you are using?



yes i need the code for these
 
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Have you been through Toedter's documentation?
 
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About the payment validity, if it is indeed read-only (generated based on other 2 parameters), I suggest you don't use the date chooser but make it a JLabel or read-only JTextField.

The key is getting the value (date) from the JDateChooser and the year from the JTextField. The JTextField is simple getText(). The JDateChooser API has a getCalendar() and getDate(), you could use either one I suppose. Then get the year from this date or calendar then do your math. Format the output (end date) accordingly to yyyy-mm-dd or whatever.

Looks simple isn't it.
 
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K. Tsang wrote:About the payment validity, if it is indeed read-only (generated based on other 2 parameters), I suggest you don't use the date chooser but make it a JLabel or read-only JTextField.

The key is getting the value (date) from the JDateChooser and the year from the JTextField. The JTextField is simple getText(). The JDateChooser API has a getCalendar() and getDate(), you could use either one I suppose. Then get the year from this date or calendar then do your math. Format the output (end date) accordingly to yyyy-mm-dd or whatever.

Looks simple isn't it.


thanx alot! did the same! working really well! thanx cheers
 
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