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datetime local bug

From: "Poul L(dot) Christiansen" <poulc(at)cs(dot)auc(dot)dk>
To: pgadmin-hackers(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: datetime local bug
Date: 2002-08-02 14:31:09
Message-ID: 3D4A97AD.5080107@cs.auc.dk (view raw or flat)
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Hi

I discovered a bug in PgAdmin II 1.2.0.

I have set my default locale on my Win2k to "faroese" and by default it 
uses "." to separate time values and not ":" as i probably does in english.

So, your "10:15:30" displays by default on my machine as "10.15.30". The 
problem is that when I view data in a table and edit data I can't save 
the record if one of the columns is a datetime column. I even tried to 
change the displayed "." to ":", but that doesn't work either. The only 
solution is to go into the Controlpanel, Reginal Options , Time and 
change "time separator" to ":". Then it works perfectly, but that 
shouldn't by necessary ;-)

Poul L. Christiansen

BTW: thanks for at great program :-)


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