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Does anyone know why skipping day on the date fields CRM 2013?
I would appreciate your reply
CRM db stores date in UTC format, so make sure you are using correct date formatting function if you are retrieving it through code.
Yes agreed, in the UK during British Summer time for example a date without a time element is stored on the db as for example 31/12/2015 23:00 instead of 1/1/2016 00:00. It is also worth checking that the server main timezone is the same as what you are using.
Hello friends,I did what you propose and the problem is not resolved.I did the same settings in the CRM and personal settings similar to a set time on my computer.
Note: Of course I downloaded parts in JS code Date related fields, and in addition I created two date fields for testing.The problem is not solved, do you have another way that can help?
Can you provide the code sample for your jscript please.
Also are you on premise or cloud based solution.
If on-premise you could look in the database to see what value is actually getting stored and work backwards from there.
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