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[SOLVED] Yet another date-range question....
ScotDiddle - 3/27/2009 at 11:22 AM

Hi All,

My graphing application works fine, except when the user wants to graph more than 30 days worth of data to display... ( PHP runs out of memory )

If allowed dates include all 365 days in 2008, and the user selects Jan 1 as the starting date, how can I ensure that the date-ending calandar ( a second calandar object ) has every dated after Jan 31, 2008 dis-allowed ?

How can I set : 'maxdate': 01/31/2008' progrmatically for the second calendar when the user selects a starting date in the first calendar ?

I am currently using the supplied date-range function...


function setDateRangeAOR1() {

if(showMeDaMoney) {
alert('In: setDateRangeAOR1 for AOR1Start and AOR1End');

tomorrow = AOR1Start.TC0L.valueOf() + 864e5;

AOR1End.TC0H = AOR1Start.TC0L;
if (AOR1Start.TC0L > AOR1End.TC0L) {
AOR1End.TC0L = tomorrow;

Is this even possible ?


Scot L. Diddle, Richmond VA

ScotDiddle - 3/30/2009 at 05:00 PM

Hello All You Tigra Calendar Enthusiasts,

My help-desk ticket was answered in a timely manner.

I was defining my maxdate parm as an integer:

twoWeeksFromNow = AOR1SingleStart.TC0L.valueOf() + (14 * 864e5);

They said I had to define it as a date...

twoWeeksFromNow = new Date(AOR1SingleStart.TC0L.valueOf() + (14 * 864e5));

I then pass that value, and the second date range cal maxdate is equal to two weeks out from whatever the user selected as thier starting date !

AOR1SingleEnd.TC0F = twoWeeksFromNow;

Worked like a champ.

Thanks Tigra Admin.

Scot L. Diddle, Richmond VA

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