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Siebel Open UI Connected Mobile: Date Picker Control Handles incorrectly Date Format for non-ENU regional settings (Doc ID 1562222.1)

Last updated on JULY 08, 2020

Applies to:

Siebel Mobile Applications - Version SIA [23016] to [23021] [Release V8]
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Siebel Open UI Mobile Connected client - on version [23016] :

When trying to use the "Calendar" feature on devices with non US-American Regional Settings, the Date Picker control seems to pass wrong dates to the application.

Steps to replicate the issue:
- Apply Siebel Fix Pack and all available Quick Fixes (at the time when this note was initially written, May-2013); same behaviour was replicated on version.
- Start "Siebel CG Sales Enterprise Mobile" application using either:
       1. Dedicated Client with User Agent set to mimic iPad on a Windows machine with German Regional settings (date format =
       2. using a server with the mentioned OM and connected with an iPad with German language/regional settings;

- In the mobile application, click on the "Calls" tab
- In the upper part of the Calls list, find the date shown as "01/28/2013" (mm/dd/yyyy)
- If clicking the date, Siebel brings up the date picker, which shows the format "dd/mm/yyyy" (so day and month are switched)
- If trying to select another date and hit OK (e.g. the 27th of January, which would be "27/01/2013" in the date picker.
Error message displayed:

SBL-DAT-00359 "Value aN/aN/NaN cannot be converted to a date time value".

As a result, certain dates (like 27th of January in above example) cannot be picked! This is not specific to a particular regional specific format (i.e. German in this example), but to all non-ENU date formats.

Impact: due to this issue, users would not be able to record date-time values correctly when using non-ENU / US Regional and time format settings


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