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    [2.1] Ext.util.Format.date returning wrong date (one day off)


    On Samsung Galaxy S3 Android 4.0.4,
    (Update: This can be reproduced on any browser, see second post below)
    Ext.util.Format.date is returning the wrong date (one day off).

    Test case:
    Code:
    <!DOCTYPE HTML>
    <html manifest="" lang="en-US">
    <head>
        <meta charset="UTF-8">
        <title>Date</title>
        <script type="text/javascript" src="http://docs.sencha.com/touch/2-1/touch-build/sencha-touch-all.js"></script>
        
        <script>
        Ext.onReady(function () {
            document.write(Ext.util.Format.date('2012-12-01', 'F d, Y'));
            document.write('<br><br>');
            document.write(new Date());
        });
        </script>
    </head>
    <body></body>
    </html>
    Actual Result:
    Code:
    November 30, 2012
    
    Mon Dec 10 2012 08:55:53 GMT - 0500 (EST)
    Expected Result:
    Code:
    December 01, 2012
    
    Mon Dec 10 2012 08:55:53 GMT - 0500 (EST)
    This is not reproducible with ST 1's Ext.util.Format.date.

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    Thanks for the report! I have opened a bug in our bug tracker.

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    Fyi,
    I was able to reproduce this issue on an HTC Sensation 4.0.3 as well as on my desktop Chrome.
    Simply set the timezone to EST or any < GMT timezone.

    The native Date.parse method isn't parsing '2012-12-01' as expected, see below:

    Code:
    new Date(Date.parse('2012-12-01'));
    // returns "Fri Nov 30 2012 00:00:00 GMT-0500 (EST)"
    
    new Date(Date.parse('2012/12/01'));
    // returns "Sat Dec 01 2012 00:00:00 GMT-0500 (EST)"
    The Ext.util.Format.date code is first trying to parse the '2012-12-01' date,
    and only if it fails, it replaces the dashes and parses it again.

    So what I did is replacing the dashing before.
    Here's my override:

    Code:
    Ext.define('App.override.util.Format', {
    }, function () {
        var date_without_override = Ext.util.Format.date;
        
        // 
        Ext.util.Format.date = function (value, format) {
            value = value.replace(this.dashesRe, "/");
            
            return date_without_override(value, format);
        };
    });
    See
    http://www.sencha.com/forum/showthre...101#post921101
    on why I'm not using the override pre-processor.

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    I can confirm that this bug affects ExtJS as well... not only Sencha Touch.

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    I Solved it this way

    function date_renderer(v,index, rec) {
    var returnVal='';

    returnVal=Ext.util.Format.date(v,'Y-m-d');
    if( returnVal=='NaN-NaN-NaN'){ returnVal=v; }//for IE
    else {//Other Browser
    returnVal=new String(v);//alert(returnVal);
    var x= new Date(returnVal);
    x.setDate(x.getDate()+1);
    x=Ext.util.Format.date(x,'Y-m-d');
    if(x==v){ returnVal= x;} else {x= new Date(v); x.setDate(x.getDate()+0); x= Ext.util.Format.date(x,'Y-m-d');}
    returnVal= x;
    }
    return returnVal;
    }

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    I Solved this in a better way. i Just set type and dataFormat in my Model:

    Code:
     { name: dateField, type: 'date', dateFormat: 'Y-m-d' }

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    This uses the native Javascript Date.parse() method and is therefore subject to its idiosyncrasies.
    Most formats assume the local timezone unless specified. One notable exception is 'YYYY-MM-DD' (note the dashes) which is typically interpreted in UTC and can cause date shifting.
    Using 'YYYY/MM/DD' should fix his issue.

    Documentation has been updated to reflect this issue.

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