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    Default Answered: Is it necessary to encode dates for ajax posts to .net handlers?

    In essence i am having to override the save method of a model, because when using the proxy (via save()), dates are sent in the format MS enjoys when serializing into JSON. (i.e. ticks since 1970), due to me specifying the field as an MS date.

    But, when posting back, they decided they don't particularly like dates in this format, so the date doesn't get read into my view, it needs formatting first into y-m-d format.

    The only way round it, is to encode the json and do a bog standard ajax call (having overridden the encoding for dates in my app):

    Code:
    Ext.JSON.encodeDate = function (d) {
          return Ext.Date.format(d, '"Y-m-d"');
    };
    and

    Code:
    saveRecord: function () {
            var me = this;
            var data = me.getData(false);
            Ext.Ajax.request({
                scope: me,
                url: "/wex",
                method: "POST",
                jsonData: Ext.encode(data)
            });
        }
    Not ideal really...

  2. Do you mean that the date formats for the reading and updating will be different? In that case, you can use field serialize.
    Code:
    fields: [{
        name: 'fieldName',
        type: 'date',
        dateFormat: 'MS', // format for reading 
        serialize: function(value){
            return Ext.Date.format(value, 'Y-m-d');
        }
    },{
        ...
    }]

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    Do you mean that the date formats for the reading and updating will be different? In that case, you can use field serialize.
    Code:
    fields: [{
        name: 'fieldName',
        type: 'date',
        dateFormat: 'MS', // format for reading 
        serialize: function(value){
            return Ext.Date.format(value, 'Y-m-d');
        }
    },{
        ...
    }]

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    Ah just what I was looking for.

    Thanks

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