DateTimeEdit

DateTimeEdit control allows the user to select a date and a time

datetimeedit32.png Key properties: Data Field, Format, Mode
Key events:
Server Code: DateTimeEdit = Class(ButtonEditor)
Browser Code: DateTimeEdit = Class(ButtonEditor)


Graphical States

States Appearance Description
Normal datetime-normal.png The default state for the control when no other state is active.
Mouseover datetime-mouseover.png This view is displayed when the user moves the cursor over the control
Focused datetime-focused.png This view is displayed when the control's ability to receive input is disabled.
Disabled datetime-disabled.png This view is displayed when the control's ability to receive input is disabled.


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Properties

Property Description
Border Color The BorderColor property specifies the color that should be used for drawing a rectangular border around the Control. Note: the border will not be visible unless the BorderStyle and BorderWidth properties are also set.
Border Sides The BorderSides property specifies the parts of a control's border that are displayed.
Border Style The BorderStyle property of the control defines how and if a border will be drawn around the control.
Border width The Border Width property specifies the line width used to draw the rectangular border around the Control. Note: the border will not be visible unless the BorderColor and BorderStyle properties are also set.
Color The Color property specifies the background color of the Control.
Cursor The Cursor property, if set, causes the appearance of the mouse cursor to change as it moves over the Control.
Data Field The DataField property is used to bind the Control to a database field. Either through a table or a query which is specified through the DataSource property of the Form that contains the control.
Editor Padding The EditorPadding property specifies the space between the border and the content of the editor inside Combobox control.
Enabled If the Enabled property is set to false, the Control's state or value cannot be changed by the user.

Note For Timer Control: This property controls whether the Timer event will be triggered at the time interval specified in the Interval property. If the Enabled property is set to false, the Timer event will not be triggered.

Font The Font property (and its sub-properties Color and Name) is used to indicate which font should be used for drawing the text in the Control.
Format The Format property may be used to control the formatting of numeric and date/time values in databound TextLabels. Note: this property is only functional for continuous forms in the current release. The Format property specifies the style in which the DateTimeEdit displays its value. There are four choices:
  • Long (e.g. Wednesday, 29 Jul 2008)
  • Medium (e.g. 29 Jul 2008)
  • Short DDMMYYYY (e.g. 29/7/2008)
  • Short MMDDYYYY (e.g. 7/29/2008)
Height The Height property specifies the vertical extent of the Control. Note: if the CanGrow or CanShrink properties are set, the actual height of the Control at run time may be different.
Hint The Hint property, if set, specifies the text of a tooltip that is displayed when the user moves the cursor over the control.
Horizontal Placement The HorizontalPlacement property, if set, governs how the Control adjusts its size and position in response to changes in the horizontal dimensions of its parent.
Layout The Layout property determines the way child controls are arranged inside the container.
Left The Left property specifies the horizontal position of the Control in the form.
Margins The Margins property clears an area around control (outside its border).
Mode The Mode property controls how the Flash Player appears in the browser. There are three possible values:
  • fwWindow: the video is rendered in a separate window, superimposed on the web page.
  • fwOpaque: the video is rendered directly onto the web page; any controls behind the Flash control are obscured.
  • fwTransparent: the video is rendered directly onto the web page; any controls behind the Flash control are visible through the transparent portions of the video. Note: this may impair performance.
Name The Name property specifies the identifier used to reference the control from browser- or server-side code.
Opacity The Opacity property determines the extent to which the Control obscures any controls placed in its background. A value of 0 means that background controls are fully visible, whereas a value of 100 means that background controls are completely obscured.
Read Only If the ReadOnly property is enabled, the user is able to select, but not modify, the content of the TextEdit.
Shared Style The SharedStyle property can be used to force several controls always have the same appearance.
Tab Order The TabOrder property allows the developer to specify the order in which controls should receive input focus when the user steps through them using the tab key.
Tag The Tag property is used to store user data that is associated with the control.
Top The Top property specifies the vertical position of the Control in the form.
Vertical Placement The VerticalPlacement property, if set, governs how the Rectangle adjusts its size and position in response to changes in the vertical dimensions of its parent.
Visible The visible property is used to make controls visible or invisible. Invisible controls are frequently used to allow for easy access to information from a database table field, if the control is bound to one.
Width The Width property specifies the horizontal extent of the Form/control.

Events (browser-side)

Event Description
On Blur Event This event is fired within the browser when a control loses focus either by the pointing device or by tabbing navigation.
On Change This event is fired within the browser after the text in the control was changed by the user. Note: this event is not fired until the control loses keyboard focus.
On Click The most commonly used event for a TextLabel control is the OnClick event, which should be handled to execute whatever action is intended when a control is clicked.
On Double Click This event is fired when the user clicks on a control within the browser.
On Focus This event is fired within the browser when a control receives focus either by the pointing device or by tabbing navigation.
On Key Down This event is fired within the browser when a key is pressed down.
On Key Up This event is fired within the browser when a key is released.
On Mouse Down This event is fired within the browser when the mouse button, or any other pointing device button, is pressed while it is over a control. On a PC-based mouse, it specifically relates to the left-hand mouse button being depressed.
On Mouse Out This event is fired when the mouse pointer, or any other pointing device button, is moved out of the region defined by a control.
On Mouse Over This event is fired when the mouse pointer or any other pointing device is over (within the region defined by) a control.
On Mouse Up This event is fired within the browser when the mouse button, or any other pointing device button, is released over a control. On a PC-based mouse, it specifically relates to when the left-hand mouse button is being released.
On After Pushed Or Pulled This event is fired within the browser after the position of a control has changed in response to a change in the content of a sibling control.
On Before Pushed Or Pulled This event is fired within the browser before the position of a control is changed in response to a change in the content of a sibling control.

   

Events (server-side)

Event Description
On After Print This event is fired on the server by a Control after its HTML (or in the case of Report generation, PDF) content is generated.
On Before Print This event is fired by a control on the server before control’s HTML (or in the case of Report generation, PDF) content is generated.
On Print Style This event is fired on the server to allow for CSS style changes when the HTML representation of a control is being constructed.

   

Remarks

Data Binding

Use Data Field property to bound DateTimeEdit control to the data source allowing to display and edit information associated with a Date-Time field in the Data Source.

Run-time behavior

Use DateTime property of DateTimeEdit control programmaticly to get or set Date-Time value displayed by the control.

Syntax

FX Code

  DatetimeEdit1.DateTime := Now;

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