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Publish date increment automatically on every save

5 years 2 months ago #20972 by unitedonline
Every time I press save when i am editing a banner in the component section, the "publish up" date gets incremented by 3 hours on its own. Perhaps it has something to do with date parsing and GMT time. Any ideas?

Thank you!
5 years 2 months ago #20984 by loic

In the configuration of Joomla, you can select a server Timezone.
It affects the date fields.

You can change it to UTC if you don't want that modification.

Best regards.
5 years 2 months ago #20989 by unitedonline

I've tested with both UTC and local timezone. Same behavior. Both times the publish up date gets changed to +3 hours on every save.
5 years 2 months ago #21130 by loic

Sorry for the late reply.

The problem is caused by Joomla, it fix the time difference by doing that.
I don't know why even when the timzone is set to UTC, you still have that problem.

Did you try other components ? Do you have the same problem ?

Best regards.
5 years 2 months ago #21132 by unitedonline

After some digging I found the following:

You are using the following xml specification for the field
<field name="publish_up" type="calendar"
			class="inputbox" format="%Y-%m-%d %H:%M:%S" size="22"
			filter="user_utc" />

According to the joomla documentation: docs.joomla.org/Calendar_form_field_type

"The calendar form field type provides a text box for entry of a date."

So it appears that this field type does not support time.

The only solution would be to create a custom datetime field.

Thank you!
5 years 2 months ago #21140 by loic

Thanks for the information, I will see what we can do.

Best regards.
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