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formatDate issue

 
mahesh rao
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I am getting today's date using java.util.Date and formatting using formatDate tag.

<jsp:useBean id="now" class="java.util.Date" />
<fmt:formatDate value="${now}" pattern="dd-MMM-yyyy" var="todayDate" />

However, when I display ${todayDate}, it is displaying differently for users depending on their system and browser settings.

For example, for a korean user, it displays 31-10?-2008 (notice the ? after month). For a sweden user, it displays 31-Okt-2008 (notice Okt instead of Oct).

Setting the locale and timezone on the page did not solve the problem.
<fmt:setLocale value='en-US' scope="page" />
<fmt:setTimeZone value='America/New_York' scope="page" />

What am I missing ?
 
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