An issue in Jira has two fields, which go to the search xml like this:
<due>Sun, 21 Apr 2013 00:00:00 +0400</due> <customfieldname>Start Date</customfieldname><customfieldvalues><customfieldvalue>Fri, 7 Dec 2012 00:00:00 +0400</customfieldvalue></customfieldvalues>
However, when I use the exatcly same link for Jira Issues macro parameter, the table that it renders has these dates presented using different regional settings, English and Russian:
Start Date Due 07/дек/12 Apr 21, 2013
How is this even possible? How to correct that?
Thanks for your reply. I'm almost sure the locale is different from settings.
The question I have is I'm not sure why one date (for system field DUE) is in one format and locale, and the other (for custom field) is in another locale. Shouldn't they be rendered according one way?
I found these descrepancies, don't know if they relate:
<span title="$dateFieldFormat.format($value)"><time datetime="$iso8601Formatter.format($value)">$dateFieldFormat.format($value)</time></span>
<span title="$titleFormatter.format($value)"><time datetime="$iso8601Formatter.format($value)">$datePickerFormatter.format($value)</time></span>
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