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2.1 Member Listing Date Bug

 
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Greetings, some (ok so almost all) of my users have registration dates in the future. The computer's clock isn't off either, I just checked. Is this some sort of upgrade bug? Is there some quick hack of a sql command I can run to get them at the right time?

http://www.disastrousconsequences.com/dcforum/user/list.page


[originally posted on jforum.net by TheDruidXpawX]
 
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The problem is only in the member listing. If you go to the user's profile, you'll see the correct date. I'll register it as a bug.

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[originally posted on jforum.net by Rafael Steil]
 
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I saw you change the DateFormat for your site from dd/MM/yyyy to MM/dd/yyyy
This will cause this unnormal situation to happen.
Ha, I knew this bug when I did showing member listing.
I just hide it...
The way I avoid it happen is to modify the ${user.registrationDate?date('dd/MM/yyyy')} to what date format I want.
For example, ${user.registrationDate?date('MM/dd/yyyy')}
This is not a gereral solution. But I think it's a quick fix. You can try it.
[originally posted on jforum.net by andowson]
 
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