When trying to set a release date for a version I use the popup calendar to select November 9th 2012. This becomes 9/11/12 in the release date field.
When trying to update the version the following error message is shown beneath the release date field:
Please enter the date in the following format: d/MMM/yy
The format d/MMM/yy is not valid. Trying to work around the problem by entering 9/011/12 does not validate either. The error message remains.
The only way to save the version is to leave out the release date.
The problem I have is slightly different:
When I define a version I select the version via the jira-calendar. After having selected a date, it is prompted in the 'dd.mm.yyyy' format. After adding this version the date-format das been changed to dd/mmm/yy.
On releasing the version the version date is also presented in the dd/mmm/yy format and the error-message 'Please enter the date in the following format: dd.MM.yyyy' is propmted. A date selected from the Jira-calendar is shown int he 'dd.mm.yyyy' format.
Any idea for a work-around?
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