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Old December 12th, 2013, 06:50 AM
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Entering date in UK format with Dreamweaver CS

Have got several forms that I use & they all input dates, all ASP VB. The ones that I have created in dreammweaver MX input the date in the correct, UK format for me. eg: dd-mm-yy

If I create in CS3 or CS5.5 dates appear in US format eg: mm-dd-yy

If I just enter <% Response.Write(Date()) %> the webpage will display 05/12/2013 which is correct. My conclusion from this is that LCID & computer settings are correct because date is displayed in correct UK format.

If I enter <% Response.Write(Date()) %> into a form field & insert this into a Access database it is entered as 12-05-13, 12th May in UK format. Dreamweaver is entering incorrectly & I can't see why. I have looked at many forums, discussion pages etc but can't find anything that explains why MX enters date correctly but CS doesn't.

Can anyone please offer any suggestions, many thanks in advance.

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