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    A5 jQuery Calendar Issues

    After updating to the latest AlphaAnywhere 4/18/2016 our A5 jQuery Calendar's no longer work. They will not load any data. Is anyone else experiencing this problem?
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    Any help would be appreciated...

    #2
    Re: A5 jQuery Calendar Issues

    I see you use version 4.5? Maybe upgrading tot 4.53 is required?
    Ger Kurvers
    Alpha Anywhere / V4.6.1.9- Build 6488 (production) / V4.6.5.5 - 9192-5707(testing)
    Development: Mysql, windows 10 64 Applicationserver: standard on Windows server 2019

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      #3
      Re: A5 jQuery Calendar Issues

      Hi
      I have the same problem and I using 4.53 if you find any solution on the please post it
      Thank you

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        #4
        Re: A5 jQuery Calendar Issues

        Version 4.541 is required to work with AA V4. It also works with the IIS plugin. Version 4.xx JQCalendar users can download and install the latest version using the link in their license email. Once you extract the bootstrap app with your license key, run the bootstrap app to update your developer system files. Then just open any existing calendars, save them, and follow the prompts to update your project files. Publish and your all set.

        There is a splash screen in the bootstrap app jqcalendar_(light or full).adb that will give you the version number you are using.
        Jim Coltz
        Alpha Custom Database Solutions, LLC
        A5CustomSolutions.com
        [email protected]

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          #5
          Re: A5 jQuery Calendar Issues

          I don't know if this is a solution for anyone.
          I am not having any problems with V4 and JQCalender 4.53. So it is not the versions that are the problem.
          A while back I figured out that I had to include this in my index asw page and I'm not sure exactly what the error was. it was some change to the jquery library. I wasn't able to change the JQ Calender code so I found this solution.
          <script src="http://code.jquery.com/jquery-migrate-1.2.1.js"></script>
          Win 10 64 Development, Win 7 64 WAS 11-1, 2, Win 10 64 AA-1,2, MySql, dbForge Studio The Best MySQL GUI Tool IMHO. http://www.devart.com/dbforge/mysql/studio/

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            #6
            Re: A5 jQuery Calendar Issues

            Nice catch Frank. That is one of the changes I had to add and will solve the "msie" javascript errors. The jQuery folks have deprecated some methods and the jquery-migrate code puts them back in.

            I would still recommend moving to the latest version as there are some other changes to request variables and session variables, mostly to work with the IIS plugin, that may end up in the xbasic server at some point. I routinely test the AA pre-releases on my demo site, both under IIS and the Xbasic server, in an attempt to stay ahead of the changes.

            If anyone is having an issue they should first check the revisions page at http://www.a5customsolutions.com/JQC...Revisions.html to see if any updates have been released that address the problem.
            Jim Coltz
            Alpha Custom Database Solutions, LLC
            A5CustomSolutions.com
            [email protected]

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              #7
              Re: A5 jQuery Calendar Issues

              Hi
              Jim Coltz Thank you for your feedback,
              FYI
              I have done as you instructed and everything working fine.

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                #8
                Re: A5 jQuery Calendar Issues

                The jqcalendar.aex file was different on both computers. After I copy the one over from my production computer to the remote server, everything is working.
                Reed Brown
                ITOT Solutions, Inc.
                Alpha v12

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