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Know the Calender feature in EBS

Posted on August 9th, 2007 by Sanjit Anand |Print This Post Print This Post |Email This Post Email This Post

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You can enter a value directly to a date field or use the calendar facility in APPS. Calendar lets you the following needs.

  • Represent date and time graphically so that you can make a quick selection without typing.
  • Select only those dates or date ranges that are suitable for the current field.

How to invoke a calendar in a form

To invoke a calendar in a custom form you need to do the following.

  • Create a text item with data type DATE in the form.
  • Set the LOV of the text item to ENABLE_LIST_LAMP in the property sheet.
  • Set the LOV for Validation property of the text item to FALSE.
  • Create an item level trigger KEY-LISTVAL as CALENDAR.SHOW

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One Response
  1. dan Says:

    how would you implement this in a DFF? trying to figure it out but arrrrr cant :)

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