Dates in queries are incorrect but the ticket date is correct / JRE requriement question

We upgraded from 5.0 to 5.1 and afterwards, the dates in our queries are no longer working. In the Issue Navigator they show up as being from '59,'80,'13,'65... and they are all from 2009 and beyond. When you go into the issue / ticket itself the dates are correct.

Secondly is there any reason we cannot upgrade to JRE 7 U 5 vs JRE 6 U 31?

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Just noticed that queries against custom fields are no longer returning correct results also.

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Hi John,

If you are already running JIRA on JAVA 7, then I will recommend that you downgrade the JDK to 6 which is the current supported platform for JIRA 5.1: https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/JIRA051/Supported+Platforms

We are currently running 6 u 31, just wanted to know if we could upgrade. I still have a major issue with the dates and custom fields!

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I have modified the date format fields, and the YEAR part of the date is completely fubar! using the mm/dd/yyyy format gives 8 character long years. using the dd/MMM/yy gives years that range all over the century. When querying the DB, the dates are correct. When viewing the tickets in Jira they appear correct.

When you view them in the issues results they are wrong.

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