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Looking for Time Edit Control

4 posts in Objects Last posting was on 2004-01-19 19:36:48.0Z
Deb Castellanos Posted on 2004-01-19 17:08:46.0Z
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I need to prompt for TIMES for a scheduling package I'm
developing. I'm using the PFC. I'm thinking I need to
build my own non-visual with a code table. Isn't there
anything pre-built?


Philip Salgannik Posted on 2004-01-19 17:58:15.0Z
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> I need to prompt for TIMES for a scheduling package I'm
> developing. I'm using the PFC. I'm thinking I need to
> build my own non-visual with a code table. Isn't there
> anything pre-built?

PFC has a dropdown calendar control.
Can you elaborate a bit on what exactly you are after?
A non-PFC way (which is better IMHO) would be to use
Microsoft's Common control - DateTime Picker, see
http://www.wideopenwest.com/~rsizer/powerbuilder/source/datetimepicker.htm


Deb Castellanos Posted on 2004-01-19 19:32:03.0Z
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that's great. How do I download ?

> > I need to prompt for TIMES for a scheduling package I'm
> > developing. I'm using the PFC. I'm thinking I need to
> > build my own non-visual with a code table. Isn't there
> > anything pre-built?
>
> PFC has a dropdown calendar control.
> Can you elaborate a bit on what exactly you are after?
> A non-PFC way (which is better IMHO) would be to use
> Microsoft's Common control - DateTime Picker, see
>

http://www.wideopenwest.com/~rsizer/powerbuilder/source/datetimepicker.htm


Roy Kiesler [TeamSybase] Posted on 2004-01-19 19:36:48.0Z
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The page contains a download link right under the Features section
(http://www.wideopenwest.com/~rsizer/files/pb6/6datetime.zip)

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Roy Kiesler [TeamSybase]
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<Deb Castellanos> wrote in message
news:400c30b3.2a9b.846930886@sybase.com...
> that's great. How do I download ?
>
>
>
> > > I need to prompt for TIMES for a scheduling package I'm
> > > developing. I'm using the PFC. I'm thinking I need to
> > > build my own non-visual with a code table. Isn't there
> > > anything pre-built?
> >
> > PFC has a dropdown calendar control.
> > Can you elaborate a bit on what exactly you are after?
> > A non-PFC way (which is better IMHO) would be to use
> > Microsoft's Common control - DateTime Picker, see
> >
> http://www.wideopenwest.com/~rsizer/powerbuilder/source/datetimepicker.htm