CSV format reports generated via 'Scheduled Reports' shows incorrect date format.


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CSV format reports generated via 'Scheduled Reports' shows incorrect date format.

The scheduled reports from DSM reporter that save to a CSV file output are in the US date format MM/DD/YYYY.

If I manually export the same report from DSM Explorer the Date format is in the correct format DD/MM/YYYY.

We follow the DD/MM/YYYY format and want this date format to be displayed in the report.



Client Automation version - 12.8, 12.9, 14.0, 14.0 SP1


The reports are dependent on the system timezone and regional settings.

For the report to be able to display the desired date format (in this case DD/MM/YYYY - English Australia) change the 'Regional and Language Options' to the desired format under Control Panel as per the screenshots below:

1. Under the 'Formats' tab change the current format to 'English (Australia)'

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2. Under the 'Location' tab change current location to 'Australia'

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3. Under the 'Administrative' tab click on 'Change system locale' and change the current system locale to 'English - Australia'.

Note: You will be prompted to reboot the machine to save the changes.

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4. Under the 'Administrative' tab click on the 'Copy to reserved accounts' option. Enable both the options 'Default user account (new users)' and 'System accounts'. Click OK.

Note: This is the key setting for the exported CSV report to show the correct date format. A reboot is not required.

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