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Infopath Browser Forms date picker

Posted on 2010-11-25
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Hi,

When I publish an Infopath form to sharepoint, the manual inputing of dates can only be done in the following format 2001-03-14, even though the date format then reverts to 14/03/2001 which I have it set to inthe first place.

Manually inputting the values as 14/03/2001 works perfectly in infopath filler.

Thanks

Ps The local regional settings for the machine I am on and the sharepoint site collection are set to the correct format. English(Ireland)
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Its ok, its fixed now. I set the date format on the date picker properties to dd/mm/yyyy in stead of *dd/mm/yyyy , so ignoring the local system settings (even though the system settings were correct)

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