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I have found my issue. It boils down to editing an HTM file in 7.6.11 Dev Studio and trying to run it on a 7.6.8 server. It seems the 7.6.11 release significantly changes the HTML it renders between the versions.
I installed 7.6.11 HF2 and it did correct the calendar control issue wherein it did not work for October, November, and December. It now works properly.
However, have you also noticed that the dates that originally arrived in the focexec with slashes in them no longer have slashes in them? Pages created in an old version of the HTML Composer, i.e. 7.6.5, still have the slashes.
Hua, could you please expound on your PDF comment? What do you mean by different? I've run a number of them and they seem fine to me. But since I have a large business developer community, I want to be able to give them a heads up. Any details would be most appreciated.
I did experience the inconsistency with the date separators, that user-entered date will return exactly as entered and calendar picked date return without separators. When I asked to upload the source to support the claim, somehow it was OK(or confused), so I dropped the case.
I have to strip the slashes and then inserted them back in the fex to ensure consistency.
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Developer Studio 7.6.11 AS400 - V5R4 HTML,PDF,XLS
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