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Notes:

Selecting a Date (continued)

value: Specify the initial value of the component.

minValue: Specify the minimum value allowed for the date value. When set to a fixed value on a tag, this is parsed as an ISO 8601 date. ISO 8601 dates are of the format yyyy­MM­dd (for example: 2002-02-15). All other uses require java.util.Date objects.

maxValue: Specify the maximum value allowed for the date value. When set to a fixed value on a tag, this is parsed as an ISO 8601 date. ISO 8601 dates are of the format yyyy­MM­dd (for example: 2002-02-15). All other uses require java.util.Date objects.

disableDays Specify a binding to an implementation of the org.apache.myfaces.trinidad.model.DateListProvider interface. The getDateList method should generate a List of individual java.util.Date objects, which should be rendered as disabled. The dates must be in the context of the given base calendar. Note: This binding requires periodic round-trips. If you just want to disable certain weekdays (for example, Saturday and Sunday), use the disabledDaysOfWeek attribute.

disableDaysOfWeek: Specify a space-delimited list of weekdays that should be rendered as disabled in every week. The list should consist of one or more of the following abbreviations: sun, mon, tue, wed, thu, fri, sat. By default all days are enabled.

disableMonths: Specify a space-delimited list of months that should be rendered as disabled in every year. The list should consist of one or more of the following abbreviations: jan, feb, mar, apr, may, jun, jul, aug, sep, oct, nov, dec. By default all months are enabled.

Note: ADF Faces pop-up components, such as dialogs, pop-up windows (af:popup), LOVs, and calendar components, are not normal browser windows, but rather DHTML overlays that current pop-up blocker technology does not detect. They are, therefore, not affected by pop-up blockers.