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  • in reply to: Clear Data Adapter Clear Data Adapter #90357

    fredmichel
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    Thanks a lot for your previous reply Peter, the issue did not change, and I got something else when I destroy the grid, which leads me to believe the Memory leak is not related to the Grid at all.

    I have errors in IE Profiler mentionning that an Object is not attached to the DOM. SO when I switch from 1 panel to the other, I have 14.000 Objects with remains in the DOM not attached to anything. And the number keeps on growing until the memory crashes.

    Its almost like the elements From 1 panel remains in the memory even if I use .remove(), .empty() or .destroy()

    in reply to: Clear Data Adapter Clear Data Adapter #90351

    fredmichel
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    Hi Peter,

    I will try that. Thanks a lot.

    Yet it does seem that Objects from both the Grid in #Panel1 and the other elements from #Panel2 never gets deleted even if we use, remove() empty() or anything else. We seem to have some objects, especially HTML format staying behind. I am using the Text Editor with most of the format options available.


    fredmichel
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    Hi Dimitar,

    Thanks a lot but it’s still not working for IE for darkblue. Everything is ok for energyblue…but darkblue refuses to work.

    I wonder if it has something to do with the fact that I user jqx-all.js instead of the specific libraries for each object.


    fredmichel
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    Hi Dimitar

    It seems that its a Bug with IE11. It works fine in Chrome and Firefox. There is always a weird issue with IE


    fredmichel
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    Hi Dimitar,

    Thanks for the reply. I tried that but it doesn’t work either. But when I switch back to the previous version it works. its just like the Buttons doesn’t accept the css in the new version.

    And I do not have the demo.js in my header.


    fredmichel
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    Hmmm not even correct with my last reply. I think it was just the naming convention being bad for the 2 different Notification Calls. Now it works…


    fredmichel
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    I found the problem…seems like JQX doesn’t like me using the 2 jqxNotification calls. It works with only 1.

    Good to know.

    in reply to: Dynamic Column Dynamic Column #68826

    fredmichel
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    Thanks a lot Peter 😉

    in reply to: Special Dates with a For Loop Special Dates with a For Loop #66078

    fredmichel
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    Thanks again Nadezhda,it does work now.

    But I just realized something I did not think about. When looping to create the dates, If the JSON Array has 1 or 2 dates, it’s fine. But with around 10 to 12 dates like my array will always return, it takes about 2 to 4 seconds to load, since the Loop is running in the background to update the calendar.

    I know it may sound picky…but is there a way to make this run faster, like people would not even realize something is waiting to be updated?

    Thanks a lot again.

    in reply to: Special Dates with a For Loop Special Dates with a For Loop #65373

    fredmichel
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    Thanks Nade

    Thanks Nadezhda, I have tried your second implementation. First I tried your code straight and it worked perfectly…then I tried with my data.

    Below is the JSON returned by my AJAX Call. It’s not formatted the same way as yours.

    [{"Date":{"date":"2015-01-03 00:00:00","timezone_type":3,"timezone":"America\/New_York"}},{"Date":{"date":"2015-01-07 00:00:00","timezone_type":3,"timezone":"America\/New_York"}},{"Date":{"date":"2015-01-09 00:00:00","timezone_type":3,"timezone":"America\/New_York"}},{"Date":{"date":"2015-01-12 00:00:00","timezone_type":3,"timezone":"America\/New_York"}},{"Date":{"date":"2015-01-14 00:00:00","timezone_type":3,"timezone":"America\/New_York"}},{"Date":{"date":"2015-01-15 00:00:00","timezone_type":3,"timezone":"America\/New_York"}},{"Date":{"date":"2015-01-17 00:00:00","timezone_type":3,"timezone":"America\/New_York"}},{"Date":{"date":"2015-01-21 00:00:00","timezone_type":3,"timezone":"America\/New_York"}},{"Date":{"date":"2015-01-23 00:00:00","timezone_type":3,"timezone":"America\/New_York"}},{"Date":{"date":"2015-01-26 00:00:00","timezone_type":3,"timezone":"America\/New_York"}},{"Date":{"date":"2015-01-28 00:00:00","timezone_type":3,"timezone":"America\/New_York"}},{"Date":{"date":"2015-01-29 00:00:00","timezone_type":3,"timezone":"America\/New_York"}}]

    When I set var d = new Date(obj.date); and pass d to the ‘addSpecialDate’, I have an error message telling me that date is null or not an object.

    in reply to: Special Dates with a For Loop Special Dates with a For Loop #65372

    fredmichel
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    Hi,

    Thanks a lot Nadezhda. I will try it this way.

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