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E1: RDA: UBE: Frequently Asked Questions on UBE Report Date Format (Doc ID 2386205.1)

Last updated on MAY 23, 2019

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools - Version SP24 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Purpose

This document provides answers to frequently asked questions on Report Date Format.

Questions and Answers

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In this Document
Purpose
Questions and Answers
 Question 1: Where Does System Retrieve the Date Format when User Run an Application (Interactive or Batch) on the Fat Client, Web Dev Client, Web Client?
 Question 2: How to Change the Date Format to Include Leading Zero Displayed in Report Header?
 Question 3: How to Modify the Date Format on Specific Reports to be like DD <Month Spelled Out> YYYY format?
 Question 4: Does Changing the Date Format in User Profiles Affects Only Reports or Does it Also Affects User Having to Enter Same Date Format in Applications?
 Question 5: How to Change the Date Separator Character Format on All Reports/UBEs?
 Question 6: When Using Business Function B9800100 in an Application (Interactive or Batch), Where does System Retrieve the Date and Time?
 Question 7: If User Profile Date Format is Set as Blank but Date Separator Character is Set as "-",  What Date Format will be Displayed when an Application is run locally?
 Question 8: Where Does System Determine if the Century Used Should be 19 or 20 (Example should it be Displayed as 1911 or 2011)?
 Question 9: How to Set Data Selection on Today's Date when Date is in UTIME (UTC) Format?
 Question 10: How to display Today's Date and Time in UTIME (UTC) Format on a Report?
 Question 11: Dates are Interpreted as Text or Dates with 2 Digit Years are Converted to the Wrong Year when Viewing CSV Output Report in Excel?
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