#332 Wrong date format on invoice print

X-R2.4.3c
closed-works-for-me
5
2003-01-09
2003-01-09
No

Even though I have chosen English (UK) as default
language when I log in and thereby see all dates in the
dd/mm/yyyy format, I still get the US date format when I
print invoices and other documents (delivery note etc.)

Have I missed something or is it a bug?

Discussion

  • Jorg Janke

    Jorg Janke - 2003-01-09
    • milestone: --> 265343
    • status: open --> pending
     
  • Jorg Janke

    Jorg Janke - 2003-01-09

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    user_id=87038

    Just to make sure, I understand correctly:
    - you have English (UK) elected and you see the dates in
    dd/mm/yyyy (i.e. not in US format mm/dd/yyyy)
    - when you print invoices, you see it in the US format
    ----
    When printing invoices, the Business Partner Language
    ultimately determines the format. Please check the
    Language of the Business Partner. If it is empty, it should
    default to the Login language (UK). It should be correct when
    explicitly selecting English (UK).

     
  • Jorg Janke

    Jorg Janke - 2003-01-09

    Logged In: YES
    user_id=87038

    ** Bug set to Pending. Please update it and set the status back to
    Open as we can only act on open bugs. If the problem was
    resolved, please close the bug **

     
  • Jorg Janke

    Jorg Janke - 2003-01-09
    • assigned_to: jjanke --> nobody
    • labels: 364562 -->
    • milestone: 265343 -->
    • status: pending --> open
     
  • Jorg Janke

    Jorg Janke - 2003-01-09
    • labels: --> Functional Problem (how to ..)
    • milestone: --> X-R2.4.3c
    • assigned_to: nobody --> jjanke
    • status: open --> pending
     
  • Jacob Pedersen

    Jacob Pedersen - 2003-01-09
    • status: pending --> closed-works-for-me
     
  • Jacob Pedersen

    Jacob Pedersen - 2003-01-09

    Logged In: YES
    user_id=672742

    I see what you mean. When you select the language of the
    business partner, there is only 'English' and 'German'.
    Apparently 'English' here means US-English.

    So I leave the field blanc to get the UK date format (the login
    language).

     

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