To use it, application developers have to do following steps:
Copy the directory dbformslib with all subdirectories into the root of the web application. This directory can be found within directory dist inside DbForms distribution.
'MM': two digit month of year (uppercase!)
'yyyy': 4 digit year
As separator you may use '.','-','_' or '/'. Examples of valid patterns are 'yyyy-MM-dd', 'dd.MM.yyyy', 'MM/dd/yyyy'. Such patterns should be understood and handled by the calendar and the dbforms Java code in the same way. See next subsection about how to add support for more date formats.
containing the calendar application in your JSPs:
To activate the calendar for a date field, all you have to do is to set the attribute
<db:dateField fieldName="birthdate" useJsCalendar="true" />
When running the application, a small calendar icon will be shown after the date field: