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Default locale

Discussion in 'Plesk for Windows - 8.x and Older' started by colinjack, Jan 8, 2006.

  1. colinjack

    colinjack Guest

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    Question - does Plesk do anything with the default locale?

    I can't see anything, but since upgrading to 7.5.6 we are finding that .asp scripts are using 2047 instead of 2057 (UK) which the server is set to - which does some interesting things with calendars (not) ..
     
  2. xandi_hostert

    xandi_hostert Guest

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    sorry but I can't understand what's your trouble...
     
  3. colinjack

    colinjack Guest

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    We are based in the UK, so use the date format dd/mm/yyyy ... since upgrading to 7.5.6 we have had a number of clients complaining that their databases were getting screwed up because dates were being put in mm/dd/yyyy ... checked the server settings and all still set to UK ... whats going on? Does Plesk have any influence over the locale?
     
  4. xandih

    xandih Guest

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    In Server Preferences you can find one item called Default Locale...
    Is correct too?
    Usually, Plesk don't act like this..

    I never seem this before hehehehe :confused:
     
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