Raddatepicker selected date not updating


Once you have this Date Time object, you can simply format it as you need : // Get the current date from the Date picker var date = registered Date.Selected Date; // Format the date as you need using any custom formatting rules var formatted Date = date.



I am using a Datepicker control, where we enter the date in the input field manually and then do a server post back, the issue occurs randomly where the input date is not considered and it considers the previously entered date.

We did a little client side debugging and found that this occurs when we enter the date manually and use a mouse to do a server postback, If we use the keyboard tab to do a server post back it this does not occurs.



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