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Attachment date equals the time you uploaded the attachment?

Hey guys.

So I just ran into this weird bug when attaching a file to a page.

I uploaded the file once, and the date was something like 14-58-2019.

So I upload it at 10:27 on 10-09-2019 (european style date/time = date-month-year), lo and behold:

The creation date ends up being 10-27-2019.

Any of you run into this before?


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Hi @Jacob_Saaby_Nielsen,

Thank you for sharing this with us! It looks like you might have modified your time and date format and accidentally swapped months with minutes.

See Java Date and Configuring Time and Date Formats.

Essentially capital MM/MMM stands for months and mm shows minutes.

Can you have a look and confirm?



Aaaah yes, of course.

I had actually picked both mm instead of MM and hh instead of HH.

Thanks, that solved it :)

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Hi Jacob,

No worries! Glad you got it sorted out. :) 

Take care, and have a pleasant rest of your week.



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