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I tried to reproduce but I couldn't.
Which browser do you use?
BTW: Production Release 11g will be available next week (1th Oct.). Maybe this issue has been solved in this release (if it's a Jdev or browser issue and not a implementation specific one)
If you tried to use af:inputDate component in a very simple page, that will work. It is working properly in my sample page also.
I am using IE7 browser.
It is giving me exception when I am using it in my application.
It's always frustrating when someone says "it is giving me exception" without providing the details. It's akin to going to your automobile mechanic and saying, "a warning light comes on." Wouldn't you think it pertinent to tell the mechanic which warning light came on? If yes, then why wouldn't you provide the exception (and perhaps the pertinent part of the stack trace) here?
Furthermore, since it works in a "very simple page," the component does at least work part of the time. If your car started at least part of the time, you'd tell your mechanic what you did that causes it not to start (for example, when I leave the headlamps on all night, it doesn't start the following morning). So... what is special about your page that it doesn't work?
If there were any details that the problem was giving me, I could have been provided them before itself.
af:inputField component is not throwing any type of exception. I am working with TP4 version.
I was looking for "did any one come across such behaviour?". May be there is some issue with integration of my application.
I tested both in IE 7 and FF 3 and it works well form me. Do you have anything else on the page? Post here.
Sorry, my mistake.
What did you mean by "It is giving me exception when I am using it in my application. "
if it doesn't raise an exception and doesn't reproduce in a simple page: How does it reproduce then ? Any guidance on this ?
BTW Frank, others:
If I'm not wrong, the chooseDate linked to inputDate is not automatically synching with date entered in inputDate (e.g. I enter the 1.1.2008 but cooseDate doesn't refresh to change month/year accordingly even I use autosubmit/PPR). Anyone can tell me is it solved in R1?