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Default Date Format In ServerLog Is Changed In WLS With Japanese Locale (Doc ID 2238627.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 11, 2022

Applies to:

Oracle WebLogic Server - Version and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Default date format in ServerLog is changed on WLS with Japanese locale.


<2017/02/23 10時35分44秒 JST>

* 時 is \u6642, it means hour.
* 分 is\u5206, it means minute.
* 秒 is \u79D2, it means second.

With Japanese Locale, above characters are glyph of KANJI.

With Chinese locale, 时 is used \u65F6 that means hour, min and sec are using same glyph with Japanese locale.

WLS and

<2017/02/27, 11:04:24,254 午前 JST>

* 午前 is \u5348\u524D (it means AM)

It seems locale's delimiter is not honored and milliseconds are added.


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