Shestakov wrote:Hi Albert,
It might be anchored in accordance to your local system`s date and time format. I`ll ask developer team to clarify it and let you know.
Does system date and time format match Veeam One`s? Thanks.
Shestakov wrote:Dev. team confirmed that date format matches system date format and can not be changed.
As far as I know date format in Australia is dd/mm/yyyy, is Veeam One using different format?
Shestakov wrote:Are your Veeam server and SQL server have same date format(dd/mm/yyyy) as well?
It can`t be changed manually, but let`s see if it`s a bug or not.
Would this be as simple as changing the language options in the SQL server advanced settings to British English? If so, what are the implications for VBR and Veeam One? I too have the problem of the strange and horrible date format of MM/DD/YY and it is, well, horrible. I would like to change this ASAP.
AdrianHinton wrote:No, this isn't about server settings. This is about the SQL settings. And to get the date in the correct regional format requires a change to the language on the DB. So what impact will this have on all the data in the VBR tables? How will it impact historical data as well as the application (VBR console)?
AdrianHinton wrote:No, this isn't about server settings. This is about the SQL settings.
Shestakov wrote:AdrianHinton wrote:No, this isn't about server settings. This is about the SQL settings.
Adrian, I`m a bit confused here. I`ve just double-checked with developers and they confirmed that date format for email alerts is chosen in accordance with Veeam One Server service format. Check if the service is logged on as Local System/Local Server.
By the way, why are you sure it`s not Server, but SQL settings?
Another possible source of confusion can be caused by the time difference.
Could you specify what kind of email alert we are talking about? Thanks.
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