Re: Date Formats
Dale E. Reed Jr. ( (no email) )
Thu, 26 Feb 1998 22:53:32 -0800
Steve Williams wrote:
> Unfortunately, it is SQL Server (not sure if MS Access does the same) to
> blame as it cannot accept dates in what we think of as 'normal' format. I
> kept my machine's regional settings set to Brisbane, but changed the short
> date format to 'MM/dd/yy'. This allows Emerald to work fine. Well, 'fine'
> in the Emerald sense of the word. :)
The good news is that we have resolved this issue and you can use any
locale specific date in the upcoming version.
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