datepicker has Today() as value, not the datetime in the fields

datepicker has Today() as value, not the datetime in the fields

SeanDevoySeanDevoy Posts: 8Questions: 2Answers: 1

My question is two-fold and may have one answer. I got my date fields to sort like I want in the table with moment.js - very cool. But, when I edit one of those values the editor show today's date in YYYY-MM-YYT00:00:00 format and ignore the field's current value

What am I missing? And how can I get just MM/DD/YYYY format of a sql server datetime field? The field is defined as:
{"label": "start_date", "name": "start_date", "type": "datetime" } I have tried adding a "format":"MM/DD/YYYY" which is ignored.

Thanks for any suggestions you might have.
Sean

Answers

  • allanallan Posts: 48,908Questions: 1Answers: 7,132 Site admin

    The format: 'MM/DD/YYYY' should be all that you need. Could you show me an example of the data that is being loaded from the server please?

    Allan

  • xdequinzexdequinze Posts: 8Questions: 2Answers: 0

    I have quite the same problem. The datepicker works fine but

    defining a datetime field like the following

    { label: "Temps",
    name: "ds_datetime",
    type: "datetime",
    def: function () {
    return new Date();
    },
    format: 'DD-MM-YYYY HH:mm',
    keyInput: false,
    opts: { minutesIncrement: 5,
    momentLocale: 'fr',
    },
    }

    when I edit a ds_datetime field, its current value is ignored and the datepicker is initialized with the current datetime.

    I'm wondering what I'm missing ?

    Xavier

  • allanallan Posts: 48,908Questions: 1Answers: 7,132 Site admin

    HI Xavier,

    The Moment integration uses strict parsing, which suggests that the data isn't exactly in DD-MM-YYYY HH:mm format. Can you give me a link to the page, or show me the data you are loading please?

    Allan

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