Question3Replies58Views BobReawaruw Member since 2018 48 posts Atos Posted: 9 months agoLast activity: 5 months 3 weeks ago Solved Force localization in correspondence ruleContext:We are using a date property, which is displayed as an include in the correspondence rule.Using the format Date-Long,it currently displays as January 1, 2001 when the operator is set to en_EN.it displays as 01-01-2001 when the operator is set to nl_NL.Upon generating the correspondence, the current operator locate is used.Issue:This specific date property include should always be displayed in accordance to the nl_NL locale.***Edited by Moderator: Lochan to update platform capability tags*** Case Management User Interface ×Close popoverFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmail Copy Link Copied! Posted: 9 months agomutha1 PEGA replied to BobReawaruwHi, To get a better clarification, what is the locale that is being set in the Operator profile, is it set to nl_NL in which format do you expect? Thanks, Posted: 9 months agoPriyabharathi PEGA replied to BobReawaruwHi BobReawaruw Thank you for posting your query here. Kindly follow the steps below to see if the requirement can be achieved. 1. Open the correspondence rule having date property [ for example here ValidityStartDate ] 2. Click on source available in RTE of correspondence rule. 3. In correspondence rule, the source code would be like below <pega:reference format="Date" name=".ValidityStartDate"></pega:reference> 4. Replace this with the code below. <%tools.appendString(PRDateFormat.format("xyz","xyz","dd-MM-yyyy",tools.getPrimaryPage().getDate(".ValidityStartDate")));%> Note: here the date property is ValidityStartDate Hope this helps. Regards, Priyabharathi Accepted Solution Posted: 5 months agoBobReawaruw Atos replied to BobReawaruwIn a data transform the text property is set using:@DateTime.FormatDateTime(.pxUpdateDateTime,"dd MMMM yyyy","",nl_NL)Now the source date (.pxUpdateDateTime) is shown in the nl_NL localization.