Unable to select dates with a year greater than 2010 in AVIcode Intercept Studio SE-Viewer

KBJust an FYI on a new Knowledge Base article we published today:



When using the AVIcode Intercept Studio SE-Viewer application to review data by date/time ranges, the date picker dialog does not allow any dates with a year beyond 2010 to be either selected using the Calendar control or by manually entering the year.


The Calendar control has a hard-coded value to only show up to the year 2010 and the date picker dialog as a whole is configured to only allow year values up to 2010.


Resolution 1:

Upgrade to AVIcode Intercept Studio 5.7 or later.

Resolution 2:

To resolve this issue in versions prior to 5.7, perform the following steps:

  1. On the AVIcode Intercept Studio SE-Viewer server, navigate to the <SE-Viewer Install>\Web\Scripts folder.
  2. Open the controls.js file in Notepad.
  3. Search for MaxVal = 2010 and replace that text with MaxVal = 2020.
  4. Save the modified controls.js file and close Notepad.
  5. Navigate to the <SE-Viewer Install>\Web\Behaviors folder.
  6. Open the Calendar.htc file in Notepad.
  7. Search for maxYear = 2010 and replace that text with maxYear = 2020.
  8. Save the modified Calendar.htc file and close Notepad.
  9. Refresh the view in AVIcode Intercept Studio SE-Viewer.


For more information and the latest version of this article see the link below:

KB2493388 - Unable to select dates with a year greater than 2010 in AVIcode Intercept Studio SE-Viewer

J.C. Hornbeck | System Center Knowledge Engineer

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