If you create a new calendar component using the calendar module, you can modify
the following settings for the component:
||The table the calendar is based on.
|Start Date Field
||Field specifying the start date and
(optionally) the start time.
|End Date Field
||Field specifying the end date and
(optionally) the end time.
||The label for each event in month
view of the calendar.
|Path to default.view
||Specifies which view to use for
Insert and Details mode. To customize how the calendar component
behaves in either of these modes, customize this view.
|Additional filter on records
||An optional filter that will be
applied to the table.
|Starting year for year dropdown
||First year to be displayed in the
calendar's navigation bar.
|Entries in year dropdown
||Number of years displayed in
|Min Width of Month View
||Width in pixels of the calendar
|Max Number of Appointments/Day
||Number of appointments to show per
day (month view).
|Show Navigation Bar
||Turn on/off the calendar's
Troubleshooting the Calendar Module
If you create a new calendar component using the calendar module, and you
insert that component into a view, you may need to set some properties to make
the date picker work correctly. The date picker component consists of the
calendar pop-up and time drop-down that users can use to easily select dates and
enter date data.
Follow these steps to make the date picker work correctly in an included
- Display the view that contains the calendar component in the DataWeb
- Select the calendar component.
- Set the Include Id property for the calendar component. You can
give it a text name to identify it (e.g., "cal1").
- Navigate to your calendar component, in the Components directory of the
- Check the value of the Path to default view property.
- Navigate to the view that is identified by this property (e.g.,
- Click on each date picker component, and set the HTML Form Name
property to the name you entered in Step 3, plus ".wsCalendar".
This will specify the name for the date picker's HTML form. For example, if
you set the Include Id property to "cal1", you would set
the HTML Form Name property to "cal1.wsCalendar". Note that
this property is case-sensitive. The "wsCalendar" part of the
string identifies the data region that contains the date picker component.