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Posted on 2006-06-14
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We are using Domino 5.0.13 on Win 2k environment.  Date format in OS is DD/MM/YYYY. For last few days it is been observered that date format get changes to MM/DD/YYYY in my Domino. When ever i restart my domino server it works fine for few hours but then it again changes to MM/DD/YYYY. No changes are observed in Date format in OS level. Kindly provide help in this regard.
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Did u checked regional settings in your server?
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by:Sjef Bosman
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In the notes.ini file, you can add several variables:
    DateOrder=MDY
    DateSeparator=/
    TimeSeparator=:
    ClockType=24_Hour
    Timezone=6
    DST=1
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by:Steve Knight
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Have you checked the system locale region too?  Maybe the server is set to run as a service under one a/c then gets restarted under a different a/c?

Steve
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