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Date format using Swedish IDM 4.5 HPD / Reporting Module

Hi,
What's up with the date format when the user and browser locale is set
to Swedish?

It looks wrong in the home provisioning dashboard and in the reporting
module.

It was the same in the reporting module in 4.0.2 and I've the same date
issues in a Access Review demo...

The dates are printed like this when the language is swedish:

'1en '1 december 2014 11:31:15

The '1en '1 doesn't make any sense.

When I switch to en-us it looks better:
Monday, December 01, 2014 11:31:15 AM

Thanks
-alekz

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Re: Date format using Swedish IDM 4.5 HPD / Reporting Module

alekz wrote:

> '1en '1 december 2014 11:31:15
>
> The '1en '1 doesn't make any sense.


So how should it read then? (Sorry don't speak no Swedish except "skål!")
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Re: Date format using Swedish IDM 4.5 HPD / Reporting Module

Basically:

Locale l = new Locale("sv", "SE");

Locale.setDefault(l);

DateFormat df_full = DateFormat.getDateInstance(DateFormat.FULL, l);
DateFormat df_long = DateFormat.getDateInstance(DateFormat.LONG, l);
DateFormat df_medium =
DateFormat.getDateInstance(DateFormat.MEDIUM, l);
DateFormat df_short =
DateFormat.getDateInstance(DateFormat.SHORT, l);

System.out.println("Full: " + df_full.format(new
Date(System.currentTimeMillis())));
System.out.println("Long: " + df_long.format(new
Date(System.currentTimeMillis())));
System.out.println("Medium: " + df_medium.format(new
Date(System.currentTimeMillis())));
System.out.println("Short: " + df_short.format(new
Date(System.currentTimeMillis())));


Full: den 5 december 2014
Long: den 5 december 2014
Medium: 2014-dec-05
Short: 2014-12-05

On 2014-12-05 10:23, Lothar Haeger wrote:
> alekz wrote:
>
>> '1en '1 december 2014 11:31:15
>>
>> The '1en '1 doesn't make any sense.

>
> So how should it read then? (Sorry don't speak no Swedish except "skål!")
>

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Re: Date format using Swedish IDM 4.5 HPD / Reporting Module

alekz wrote:

> Full: den 5 december 2014
> Long: den 5 december 2014
> Medium: 2014-dec-05
> Short: 2014-12-05


tack!

> (Sorry don't speak no Swedish except "skål!")


Oops, I lied...
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Re: Date format using Swedish IDM 4.5 HPD / Reporting Module

Skål and tack is all you need 😉

On 2014-12-05 11:50, Lothar Haeger wrote:
> alekz wrote:
>
>> Full: den 5 december 2014
>> Long: den 5 december 2014
>> Medium: 2014-dec-05
>> Short: 2014-12-05

>
> tack!
>
>> (Sorry don't speak no Swedish except "skål!")

>
> Oops, I lied...
>

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Re: Date format using Swedish IDM 4.5 HPD / Reporting Module

I have the exact same issue in 4.0.2A (HPD) so it seems to be
general issue to the new interfaces.

alekz wrote:

> Hi,
> What's up with the date format when the user and browser

locale is set
> to Swedish?
>
> It looks wrong in the home provisioning dashboard and in the

reporting
> module.
>
> It was the same in the reporting module in 4.0.2 and I've

the same date
> issues in a Access Review demo...
>
> The dates are printed like this when the language is

swedish:
>
> '1en '1 december 2014 11:31:15
>
> The '1en '1 doesn't make any sense.
>
> When I switch to en-us it looks better:
> Monday, December 01, 2014 11:31:15 AM
>
> Thanks
> -alekz


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Re: Date format using Swedish IDM 4.5 HPD / Reporting Module

On 12/05/2014 07:40 AM, Joakim Ganse wrote:
> I have the exact same issue in 4.0.2A (HPD) so it seems to be
> general issue to the new interfaces.
>
> alekz wrote:
>
>> Hi,
>> What's up with the date format when the user and browser

> locale is set
>> to Swedish?
>>
>> It looks wrong in the home provisioning dashboard and in the

> reporting
>> module.
>>
>> It was the same in the reporting module in 4.0.2 and I've

> the same date
>> issues in a Access Review demo...
>>
>> The dates are printed like this when the language is

> swedish:
>>
>> '1en '1 december 2014 11:31:15
>>
>> The '1en '1 doesn't make any sense.
>>
>> When I switch to en-us it looks better:
>> Monday, December 01, 2014 11:31:15 AM
>>
>> Thanks
>> -alekz

>

Greetings,
I will double check this.

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Sincerely,
Steven Williams
Lead Software Engineer
NetIQ
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Re: Date format using Swedish IDM 4.5 HPD / Reporting Module


Any news on this?

With more customers moving to 4.5 and HPD this gets a bit hard to
explain.
Is there a channel where to report localization errors such as spelling
? or is this forum good enough?


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Re: Date format using Swedish IDM 4.5 HPD / Reporting Module


This has still not been corrected.
Is there a better place than this to report this?

After applying sp2 "About" reports this:
344

And when finalizing a workflow this shows:
345

In both cases the fist part in the date between the ' ' should be
removed.
Regarding the workflow the button stating "Slutförd uppgift" is wrong.
It should be "Slutför uppgift"
It doesn't look like a huge mistake but it actually gives a totally
different meaning. Slutförd means that it is already done while slutför
means that you have to take some action.

Cheers


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Re: Date format using Swedish IDM 4.5 HPD / Reporting Module

joakim ganse <joakim_ganse@no-mx.forums.microfocus.com> wrote:
>

This has still not been corrected.
> Is there a better place than this to report this?
>
> After applying sp2 "About" reports this:
> 344
>
> And when finalizing a workflow this shows:
> 345
>
> In both cases the fist part in the date between the ' ' should be

removed.
> Regarding the workflow the button stating "Slutförd uppgift" is wrong.

It should be "Slutför uppgift"
> It doesn't look like a huge mistake but it actually gives a totally

different meaning. Slutförd means that it is already done while slutför
means that you have to take some action.
>
> Cheers



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>


SR?

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Re: Date format using Swedish IDM 4.5 HPD / Reporting Module

On 10/12/2015 01:27 PM, alekz wrote:
> joakim ganse <joakim_ganse@no-mx.forums.microfocus.com> wrote:
>>

> This has still not been corrected.
>> Is there a better place than this to report this?
>>
>> After applying sp2 "About" reports this:
>> 344
>>
>> And when finalizing a workflow this shows:
>> 345
>>
>> In both cases the fist part in the date between the ' ' should be

> removed.
>> Regarding the workflow the button stating "Slutförd uppgift" is wrong.

> It should be "Slutför uppgift"
>> It doesn't look like a huge mistake but it actually gives a totally

> different meaning. Slutförd means that it is already done while slutför
> means that you have to take some action.
>>
>> Cheers

>
>
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> |Filename: workflow-task.png |
> |Download: https://forums.netiq.com/attachment.php?attachmentid=345 |
> +----------------------------------------------------------------------+
>

Greetings,
I will check with our translation team again regarding the text that
you feel is incorrect.

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Sincerely,
Steven Williams
Lead Software Engineer
Micro Focus
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Re: Date format using Swedish IDM 4.5 HPD / Reporting Module

On 12/05/2014 01:50 PM, Steven Williams wrote:
> On 12/05/2014 07:40 AM, Joakim Ganse wrote:
>> I have the exact same issue in 4.0.2A (HPD) so it seems to be
>> general issue to the new interfaces.
>>
>> alekz wrote:
>>
>>> Hi,
>>> What's up with the date format when the user and browser

>> locale is set
>>> to Swedish?
>>>
>>> It looks wrong in the home provisioning dashboard and in the

>> reporting
>>> module.
>>>
>>> It was the same in the reporting module in 4.0.2 and I've

>> the same date
>>> issues in a Access Review demo...
>>>
>>> The dates are printed like this when the language is

>> swedish:
>>>
>>> '1en '1 december 2014 11:31:15
>>>
>>> The '1en '1 doesn't make any sense.
>>>
>>> When I switch to en-us it looks better:
>>> Monday, December 01, 2014 11:31:15 AM
>>>
>>> Thanks
>>> -alekz

>>

> Greetings,
> I will double check this.
>

Greetings,
Looks like my answer here was never sent...

Regarding the date. That is based upon a third party framework that
we utilize in the product.

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Sincerely,
Steven Williams
Lead Software Engineer
Micro Focus
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