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Change format of the data type dats (dd.mm.aaaa to dd/mm/aaaa)

Hi All!!

I have created an attribute on the context of my view. The data type of this attribute is DATS. I have selected the Input Help Mode automatically, and then the determined input help CALENDAR is set (a calendar is displayed).

The problem of this data type is the date is displayed with the format dd.mm.aaaa, and I want the fotmat dd/mm/aaaa.

A possible solution could be make a copy of the input help calendar and change the format in it.

What do you thinks about this? Somebody knows where I can find the source of this method?

Thanks and regards,

Manuel.

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    Posted on Jan 28, 2008 at 10:58 AM

    hi manuel.......

    genereally.... the date setttings are made in spro.... in such a way that it displays only in one format..... if you wan you can change there too..

    ---regards,

    alex b justin

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    Posted on Jan 28, 2008 at 12:40 PM

    Hi,

    see Sergio's answer in [this thread|Date Format;

    Regards, Heidi

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    • Former Member

      Hi All!!

      I can´t change the settings of an user.

      I want to modify the input help of the WDA, and I'd like somebody guides me on where I find the Input Help Object Calendar.

      Thanks to all an d regards,

      Manuel.

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