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Date and Time Subtypes

The available date/time formats are defined in the Registry application Registry::EN::Primitives::Subtypes node, and are based on the default date and time format configuration.

The following subtypes can be applied to various date/time fields in the Registry:

Subtype Default Format Example
Date yyyy-MM-dd 2013-01-31
Long Date EEEE dd MMMM yyyy Thursday 31 January 2013
Long Date Time EEEE dd MMMM yyyy HH:mm Thursday 31 January 2013 23:05
Long Time HH:mm:ss 23:05:05
Medium Date dd MMMM yyyy 31 January 2013
Medium Date Time dd MMMM yyyy HH:mm 31 January 2013 23:05
Short Date dd-MM-yyyy 31-01-2013
Short Date Time dd-MM-yyyy HH:mm 31-01-2013 23:05
Short Time HH:mm 23:05
Time hh:mm a 11:05 pm

When a field is used for display purposes only (i.e. read-only) and does not accept input, the formatting defined via the date and time format will be used. If one of the supported date and time subtypes is applied to the field then this subtypes overrides the date and time primitive formatting.

If the field accepts input the system non-configurable editable format will be applied to allow for quick editing.

The editable format for currency fields removes the currency symbol and any thousand separator.
The editable format for number fields removes the thousand separator.
The editable format for date/time fields uses a short date (numerical) and time that is specific to the locale defined in the Registry. The separators and ordering of the date components are determined by the locale. For example, en_GB would provide dd/mm/yyyy HH:MM while en_US would provide mm/dd/yy, hh:mm a.