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    PeterH is offline Senior Member
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    Default Dutch: Error in invitation message after update to 5.0.6

    Hi all,

    After updating 5.0.5 NE Ubuntu to 5.0.6 we encountered an annoying problem for our users:
    => when sending invitations the date-number is displayed as day-of-year instead of day-of-month.
    => same applies to minical.
    The result is that you get invitations for a meeting on f.e. 150 mei 2008 or 151 mei for regular dates in May.

    After fiddling with some older .keys and .msg-files the incorrect format of daynumber in sent invitations remains..

    Does anyone know where these labels/variables are set?
    English and German language work correctly, just the Dutch translation as far as I notice till now.

    It seems like a typo with a ' or " in Ajxmsg_NL or ZmMsg_NL but not very easy to locate..

    Any help appreciated!
    Thnx in advance,
    Peter
    Using ZCS Network-edition 5.0.16 on Ubuntu 6.06.2 LTS and 8.04 LTS

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    Whilst no official patch available yet fiddled follwing workaround:
    replace i18nMsg_NL and AjxMsg_NL with versions from 5.0.5, either from backup or extract from zimbra_store-package. Make sure you chmod to user/group zimbra in event of extract from package.

    Cheers,
    Peter
    Using ZCS Network-edition 5.0.16 on Ubuntu 6.06.2 LTS and 8.04 LTS

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    Same error exists in 5.0.7, especially hovering the mini-calender, showing you the day-of-year instead of date (in month) and wrong dates in send invitations, what remains after 'patching' with old files is incorrect functioning of the com_zimbra_data zimlet when hovering dates in preview-pane or messages. Shown-date is mostly 1th january but when testing some different languages (German, Spanish, US-English) some different dates show up.
    Only English is working correctly..

    It would be nice if someone could address this since it's a very annoying error and difficult to find the correct place/string to look for not being experienced in the exact working of the zimlet and properties mappings..

    regards,
    Peter
    Using ZCS Network-edition 5.0.16 on Ubuntu 6.06.2 LTS and 8.04 LTS

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    We fixed this problem with the following patch:


    Code:
    --- jetty/webapps/zimbra/WEB-INF/classes/messages/AjxMsg_nl.properties.org      2008-09-04 14:41:49.063934049 +0000
    +++ jetty/webapps/zimbra/WEB-INF/classes/messages/AjxMsg_nl.properties  2008-09-04 14:01:32.683934049 +0000
    @@ -1,7 +1,7 @@
     # formats for calendar use
     formatCalDate = EEEE d MMMM
     formatCalDateLong = EEEE d MMMM
    -formatCalDateFull = EEEE D MMMM yyyy
    +formatCalDateFull = EEEE d MMMM yyyy
     # {0} is the hour number, 0-24; {1} is a date object with the same hour
     formatCalHour = {0,choice,0#Middernacht|1#{1,time,HH:mm}|12#12:00|13#{1,time,HH:mm}|24#Middernacht}
     formatCalDay = d/M

    Please remember to flush all your client browser caches and restart jetty(with mailboxdctl)

    We are working on a new/improved dutch translation

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