Isn’t the minimum birthdate limit enforced in the validators instead of the view?
I’m not sure. Haven’t actually looked at the code. Just guessed it’s a UI issue. I’m talking of this
From the image above you see that the bottom limit is 1958.
For that one, i would recommend that you simply raise a pull request against the 1.9.x branch where you change the hard coded 60 in showCalendar(this,60) to a setting via a global property: https://github.com/openmrs/openmrs-core/blob/1.9.x/webapp/src/main/webapp/WEB-INF/view/portlets/addPersonForm.jsp#L37
That way, you do not have to fork.
I’m having issues developing on 1.9.11.
mvn jetty:run fails with plugin not found error. After skipping the build, I moved to webapp and tried to start the jetty server but I got this https://pastebin.com/A0BRnsbX.
So I decided to use tomcat since jetty won’t work with 1.9.11. I skipped the build. Copied the .war to tomcat webapp folder and started tomcat. I get this error during setup.
As for the compiler error, did you get a chance to look at this? Problems with the installation of openmrs openmrs-api
Thought versions of core below 2.0 should be compiled with Java 7? I’m trying to compile 1.9.11.
Java 7 is fine. But it should be the latest of 7
Ok. Let me upgrade my version of Java 7 then. What about the jetty plugin? There isn’t one in 1.9.x?
@dkayiwa I had to downgrade maven to 3.0.4 for this build successfully. But I’m still having some troubles with jetty even though the error message has changed.
Which version of the openmrs platform are you running?
OpenMRS Platform 1.9.11
What does this command return? mvn -v
When I had the build failures, the version of maven was 3.5. I’ve changed maven versions in an attempt to fix the problem and the current maven version is 3.1.0.
Does it work fine in tomcat?
What is in the logs?