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There is a "feature" of the datefield that I am trying to turn off. I don't want it to auto-format dates I put in. For example enter in "11" and it gets auto-formatted to the 11th of the current month. That's cool, but enter in "12345678" and it gets formatted to "01/03/5679" (Dec 34th doesn't exist so it goes 3 days further). Pretty nice, but this would be confusing to normal users. How do I turn it off? If you want to see it in action, the AJAX form demo does it.
I am having a hard time understanding why you would be typing "12345678" into a dateField. dateFields are meant to be used for dates, and entering in anything else would most certainly be confusing as it is abnormal user behavior.
Again, I fail to see what can be accomplished here.
Bad users will see a field and type whatever they want into it.
Good users will see that it is a date field and type a date into it.
You could write code until the end of time, but you are going to have a very difficult time creating a program that can tell the difference between "good" users and "bad" users. However you can help weed out the "bad" users by implementing validation.
thanks for the answer, but I think you didn't understand my question. I was saying that the DateField class has no minDate property as such. So does this mean I have to go and extend DateField by adding a minDate property ? Or is there actually a way I can bypass this?