Date Picker Change to Buddhist Year.

Posted by tanagorns@progress.in.th on 22-Apr-2015 02:02

Hi comunity!!

        I want to change A.D.(Anno Domini) to B.E.(Buddhist Year) YEAR in Datepicker of datefield type. And I want to know howto change It.

thanks for answer

Best regards
Boy

Posted by murali on 22-Apr-2015 06:54
Hi. Buddhist Calendar is not supported yet.
 
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Hi comunity!!

        I want to change A.D.(Anno Domini) to B.E.(Buddhist Year) YEAR in Datepicker of datefield type. And I want to know howto change It.

thanks for answer

Best regards
Boy

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Posted by murali on 22-Apr-2015 06:54
Hi. Buddhist Calendar is not supported yet.
 
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Subject: [Technical Users - Rollbase] Date Picker Change to Buddhist Year.
 
Thread created by tanagorns@progress.in.th

Hi comunity!!

        I want to change A.D.(Anno Domini) to B.E.(Buddhist Year) YEAR in Datepicker of datefield type. And I want to know howto change It.

thanks for answer

Best regards
Boy

Stop receiving emails on this subject.

Flag this post as spam/abuse.

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Posted by Godfrey Sorita on 22-Apr-2015 10:16
Hi Tanagorn,

The available date formats are listed in this link: http://documentation.progress.com/output/Rollbase/index.html#page/rb/date-formats.html#

You can also post this as an enchancement request by submitting an idea in the enhancement section of Rollbase (https://community.progress.com/community_groups/products_enhancements/i/rollbase/default.aspx).

Regards,
Godfrey
Posted by pvorobie on 22-Apr-2015 11:03

You can try running Private Cloud and set Buddhist Calendar as default for your local JVM.

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