|I get the follwing "notice" messages when trying to use the class: |
Notice: Undefined property: form_calendar_class::$JS_DONE in ......./formsgeneration/cal_class.php on line 599
Notice: Undefined property: form_calendar_class::$btnId in ......../formsgeneration/cal_class.php on line 413
This messages does not appears in the included demo file, but it does appear if I include the same demo file code within my form. I am very confused. What could it be the problem????
changing the property:
static $JS_DONE = false;
private $JS_DONE = false;
got rid of the first message but I was not able to get rid of the second message...
Also, how do you make the selected date appear in the next page of the form. If I select a date and submit the form, the default date value appears instead of the selected date
|2007-07-21 15:45:23 - In reply to message 1 from ffff|
|The only difference between the example and the form that was marking me errors was that I had the error reporting turned on:|
So basically it ALWAYS marks those notices and your class does not works correctly. At least with PHP Version 5.1.6