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Version Comparison: How do I set the culture settings which change the date format in Web Desk (up to and including version 7.3.2)

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Revision 4   By Stu McNeill at 2 years, 8 months ago Revision 5   By KarenPeacock at 2 years, 8 months ago

The culture settings are applied in Web Access (and also apply to Web Desk in 7.32). The culture setting selects which will set the regional settings Web Access or Web Desk will use.

 

So for example if you wished to change the date format being used from dd/mm/yy to the US date format mm/dd/yy this setting can be used to change the culture to US.

 

Setting in 2008 Server

 

Open IIS Manager on Web Server.

Select the Web Access virtual directory or Web Desk virtual directory in 7.32.

With 'Group by Area' selected double click on .NET Globalisation.

Then set the culture to the required value and click apply.

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Then perform an IISreset on the Web Server (please ensure this is out of hours) then the setting will be applied on next login.

 

Setting in 2003 Server

 

Open IIS Manager on Web Server

Select the Web Access virtual directory or Web Desk virtual directory in 7.32 right click and select properties. Click on the ASP.NET tab and click on Edit Configuration.

Select the application tab and set the Culture setting to the required value.

 

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Then perform an IISreset on the Web Server (please ensure this is out of hours) then the setting will be applied on next login.

The culture settings are applied in Web Access (and also described below apply to Web Desk in 7.32 ). but do not work on Web Access 7.4. The culture setting selects which will set the regional settings that Web Access or Web Desk will use.

 

So for example if you wished to change the date format being used from dd/mm/yy to the US date format mm/dd/yy this setting can be used to change the culture to US.

 

Setting in 2008 Server

 

Open IIS Manager on Web Server.

Select the Web Access virtual directory or Web Desk virtual directory in 7.32.

With 'Group by Area' selected double click on .NET Globalisation.

Then set the culture to the required value and click apply.

image1.jpg

 

Then perform an IISreset on the Web Server (please ensure this is out of hours) then the setting will be applied on next login.

 

Setting in 2003 Server

 

Open IIS Manager on Web Server

Select the Web Access virtual directory or Web Desk virtual directory in 7.32 right click and select properties. Click on the ASP.NET tab and click on Edit Configuration.

Select the application tab and set the Culture setting to the required value.

 

image2.jpg

 

Then perform an IISreset on the Web Server (please ensure this is out of hours) then the setting will be applied on next login.

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