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    Default Confirmation box should be displayed once the user deletes the datevalue in datefield

    Confirmation box should be displayed once the user deletes the datevalue in datefield


    I have a datefield, once when the user selects the date, the value will be displayed.But i want , when the user deletes the date in datefield, a confiramtion pop up msg should be displayed, if yes, the value must be cleared, if no the value must b same...its workin for yes button, but not workin for no button?

    can anyone pls suggest me,??



    thanks in advance..

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    Extjs3...


    any suggestions??

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    Look at the change event.
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    Default set oldValue in change event

    set oldValue in change event


    Hi Jayashree,

    Following is an example, hope it will works for you.
    Code:
    {
         xtype: 'datefield'
         , fieldLabel: 'Date'
         , listeners: {
              change: {
                  fn: function (datefield, newValue, oldValue) {
                     Ext.MessageBox.confirm(
                         'Confirm Change',
                         'Are you want to change ?',
                          function (btn) {
                             if (btn == 'yes') {
                                // Do watever you want after clicking Yes button
                             }
                              else {
                                 datefield.setValue(oldValue);
                              }
                           }
                           ,datefield); // scope of datefield for confirm box
                  }
                }
              }
     }
    Suggestions/feedback are welcome

    Have a nice day!!!!!

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