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    Default Microsoft Date in from REST, but no Microsoft Date out to REST

    Microsoft Date in from REST, but no Microsoft Date out to REST


    This is causing major heartache for me.

    So I use the
    Code:
    dateFormat: 'MS'
    But this only reads the date in from ASP.NET WCF, but it kills my service and sends a bad request 400. We had tested this with jQuery and this is the same. I need to send the date back in the M$ Date Format.

    How does the proxy or form or store or model get overridden so that the date format is in the M$ format?
    The format that gets sent to the server is:
    HTML Code:
    2011-05-24T00:00:00

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    That's the default JSON format of an encoded date. You'll have to override some internal methods of Ext to have it another way.

    Look for "Ext.JSON = new(function() {"

    You'll need to patch these I think:
    Code:
     this.encodeDate = function(o) {
            return '"' + o.getFullYear() + "-"
            + pad(o.getMonth() + 1) + "-"
            + pad(o.getDate()) + "T"
            + pad(o.getHours()) + ":"
            + pad(o.getMinutes()) + ":"
            + pad(o.getSeconds()) + '"';
        };
    
    isNative = function() {
            var useNative = null;
    
            return function() {
                if (useNative === null) {
                    useNative = Ext.USE_NATIVE_JSON && window.JSON && JSON.toString() == '[object JSON]';
                }
    
                return useNative;
            };
        }(),

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    Thanks mankz. That helped a lot. You pointed me in the right direction to just override the function as you stated.

    Code:
    Ext.JSON.encodeDate = function (d) {
    return '"' + Ext.Date.format(d, 'MS') + '"';
    };
    Last edited by CrazyEnigma; 23 Nov 2011 at 9:53 AM. Reason: Proper Syntax

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    Quote Originally Posted by CrazyEnigma View Post
    Thanks mankz. That helped a lot. You pointed me in the right direction to just override the function as you stated.

    Code:
    Ext.JSON.encodeDate = function (d) {
    return '"' + Ext.Date.format(d, 'MS') + '"';
    };
    You saved my day !!!

    Thanks a lot !

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