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    Problem datefield format 'm/Y'


    When the computer's date is January 31 of any year, it happens a bug in the 'datefield' when the attribute 'format' is 'm/Y'. If you select any day of February, it changes to 31 March. This happens all the months that do not end with 31 (February, April, June, September and November). In testing, I changed the date of my machine to 31/01/2011. Can anyone help? Following is the code used.

    {
    xtype: 'datefield',
    fieldLabel: 'Month/Year',
    format: 'm/Y',
    allowBlank: false,
    listeners: {
    change: function(field, newValue, oldValue){
    alert(newValue);
    alert(field.getValue().format('d/m/Y'));
    alert(field.getValue().format('m/Y'));
    }
    }

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    The issue is that month 02 is actually that of March... months start at 0. Native javascript:

    new Date(2012, 02)

    Will give you March 01 2012
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    Hello, thanks for the reply.
    The format 'm/Y' returns:
    'm': Numeric representation of a month, with leading zeros (01 to 12)
    'Y': A full numeric representation of a year, 4 digits (Examples: 1999 or 2003)
    To test:
    - Change the date of your system, for example, January 31, 2011.
    - Create a date field as the code I posted.
    - Select any day in the calendar month of February 2011.
    The value of the field should be shown in the '02/2011'. Right? But it shows '03/2011' which corresponds to the month of March. If I selected February because it showed in March?
    Do you understand the problem now? Is it a bug? Is there any override to correct this behavior?
    Thank you again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by maxbsousa View Post
    Hello, thanks for the reply.
    The format 'm/Y' returns:
    'm': Numeric representation of a month, with leading zeros (01 to 12)
    'Y': A full numeric representation of a year, 4 digits (Examples: 1999 or 2003)
    To test:
    - Change the date of your system, for example, January 31, 2011.
    - Create a date field as the code I posted.
    - Select any day in the calendar month of February 2011.
    The value of the field should be shown in the '02/2011'. Right? But it shows '03/2011' which corresponds to the month of March. If I selected February because it showed in March?
    Do you understand the problem now? Is it a bug? Is there any override to correct this behavior?
    Thank you again.

    I've seen the same behavior above, was a solution for this issue this ever found? Seems that if you change the date format as mentioned above to 'm/Y' for some reason date field converts to Feb to March. If you leave date format as default 'm/d/Y' everything works fine.

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