I am using the below piece of code to get the date format for my datepicker.
getUserRegionalSetting() method returns 'en-US'. when code gets executed I get date pattern as follows "M/d/yyyy h:mm tt". may I know why i am not able to get the seconds here. and what code changes should i make to get "M/d/yyyy h:mm:ss tt" format.
I can set the dateformat for the datepicker which we create using MVC by using ThreadManager.CurrentSession.Culture.DateTimeFormat.LongTimePattern. not able to achieve same using js.
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Thank you in advance,Alexander
my question is simple and nothing to do with sample.
the above piece of code returns me "M/d/yyyy h:mm tt" which does not have "seconds" in time component. how do i modify this to get date time pattern "M/d/yyyy h:mm:ss tt" (this has "seconds" component)
You can find the "en" regional file her: https://github.com/IgniteUI/ignite-ui/blob/master/src/js/modules/i18n/regional/infragistics.ui.regional-en.js
Respectively, you can find it in your install folder under the same path.
You can modify the property there
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