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I, too, support this. At the least, Talend should be able to add "yyyy-MM-dd HH:mm:ss" to the list of standard options even if they won't give us the ability to manipulate the default options ourselves.
It leaves us to edit it manually, each time... :-/
Currently, they do not see this as a need or feature. They closed the request to change it, and have not told me how to change it myself.
So I don't know where that leaves us.
I'm also interested in being able to edit the suggestion list.
Is the list available somewhere (as a text file) or as a setting?
(Or is it backed into the code? And hence a new feature request?)
It's not a bug, because its not broken. I just want to adjust the list to my taste.
Is this list compiled into the main program?
does it need to be adjusted before compiling?
But is this a new feature? The dropdown must be getting the formats from somewhere!
For any issue or new feature, please report it on BugTracker.
The requirement is to change the contents of the date format dropdown. I would also like to do this as there isn't an entry for any of my default date formats.
Just type "yyyy-MM-dd HH:mm:ss" in this textfield.
I uploaded a screenshot of the place where I want to edit the list.
Does this make more sence.
Hope I understand what you mean correctly.
Date pattern of each file can be edited when you add a column in schema of any input component.
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Pressing "Space+Ctrl" will open a suggested list.
Here is a scenario.
The data in one delimited file is as follow.
2012-03-22 13:01:21 2012-03-22T13:01:22 2012-03-22 13:01:23000Z
When I set the schema as Image 1, these three rows will be corrected automatically(Image 2).
What file contains the "date pattern" suggested list and can it be edited?
I know this is trivial, but its a pet peeve. thanks for your patience with me.
I would like to add the date pattern "yyyy-MM-dd HH:mm:ss".
Currently, there are 2 that are close:
1. "yyyy-MM-dd'T'HH:mm:ss" -- this has a 'T' which i have to delete
2. "yyyy-MM-dd'T'HH:mm:ss'000Z'" --this has 'T' and '000Z'
Neither of them are what I need, and so each time I have to manually edit the pattern.
Is there a way to add or change the exisiting patterns in the list?