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  1. Click
  2. CLK-60

Date field from calendar icon set the date as english format

    Details

    • Type: Bug Bug
    • Status: Closed
    • Priority: Minor Minor
    • Resolution: Fixed
    • Affects Version/s: None
    • Fix Version/s: None
    • Component/s: examples
    • Labels:
      None
    • Environment:
      Windows XP; Tomcat

      Description

      Date field from calendar icon set the date as english format
      DateField from calendar set the date as english format
      (e.g.: 10 Jan 2006)

      on http://www.avoka.com/examples/big-form.htm
      "Delivery Date" field you can set for example: 10 Jan
      2006 and this is accepted. From a local Tomacat
      installation this give an error "Delivery Date is
      invalid. Date format is dd MMM yyyy" and only setting
      the date on italian language equivalent will solve this
      problem (10 Gen 2006).

      I think this problem is related to the default locale.

      It will be more convenient verify the locale and set
      the date according it.

        Activity

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        Malcolm Edgar added a comment -

        Hi Naoki,

        being the resident internationalization expert. Would you mind taking a look at this issue. Please also see the comment in:

        http://www.avoka.com/jira/browse/CLK-62

        regards Malcolm

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        Malcolm Edgar added a comment - Hi Naoki, being the resident internationalization expert. Would you mind taking a look at this issue. Please also see the comment in: http://www.avoka.com/jira/browse/CLK-62 regards Malcolm
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        Naoki Takezoe added a comment -

        OK, I would take this issue.
        And also I would fix CLK-62 DateField format pattern problem too.

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        Naoki Takezoe added a comment - OK, I would take this issue. And also I would fix CLK-62 DateField format pattern problem too.
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        Naoki Takezoe added a comment -

        I committed the fix shown in CLK-62.

        And Lorenzo,
        I expect when you got this issue, web-browser locale was english and server locale was italian.
        If it was so, it's sure to solve this issue by this fix.

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        Naoki Takezoe added a comment - I committed the fix shown in CLK-62 . And Lorenzo, I expect when you got this issue, web-browser locale was english and server locale was italian. If it was so, it's sure to solve this issue by this fix.
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        Lorenzo Orselli added a comment -

        Hi Naoki,
        yes you are right server locale is italian and web-browser locale is english.
        Moreover with IE the date field is feed correctely in Italian, while on Firefox the locale is set as en-EN and this cause the mentioned behavious.

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        Lorenzo Orselli added a comment - Hi Naoki, yes you are right server locale is italian and web-browser locale is english. Moreover with IE the date field is feed correctely in Italian, while on Firefox the locale is set as en-EN and this cause the mentioned behavious.

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          • Assignee:
            Naoki Takezoe
            Reporter:
            Lorenzo Orselli
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