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Calendar Defaults to the Date Which Is Different from What it is Set to the Date Field for Japanese User (Doc ID 2951720.1)

Last updated on MARCH 20, 2024

Applies to:

Oracle Agile PLM Framework - Version 9.3.6.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

Actual Behavior

Calendar defaults to the date which is different from what it is set to the date field when logged in to Web Client as Japanese user.
For example, the date in the search criteria shows 2023-05-16, but if you click the Calendar icon, Calendar launches with different date selected: 2023-06-05


Expected Behavior

Calendar defaults to the date which is the same date from what it is set to the date field.

What Is Working

Calendar defaults to the date which is the same date from what it is set to the date field when logged in to Web Client as English user.

Facts

Issue not resolved even after deleting the browser cache.
Happening with any browser (Microsoft Edge, Chrome, Firefox).
Happening with multiple users.

Steps

The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:

  1. Log into Web Client, and go to My Settings > Preferences, and make sure below is set:
    - Language: Japanese
    - Preferred Date Format: yyyy/MM/dd
    - Preferred Time Format: HH:mm:ss z (17:30:00 PST)
  2. Click Search icon, and define a search criteria with date field as below:
    Changes | {change subclass} | Object Search
    Create Date | Greater than | 2023/05/16 00:00:00 JST
  3. Click calendar icon.
  4. See the date defaults to Jun 5 2023. This is NOT expected.
  5. Click the date Jun 5 2023 from the Calendar.
  6. See value 2023/06/05 01:00:00 JST is set.
  7. Click calendar icon.
  8. See the date now defaults to May 26 2023. This is NOT expected.


Changes

 

Cause

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