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Issue: Upon repeated use, calendar pop-up displays dates before 2000 incorrectly

Updated on May 3, 2020


Users may often enter dates for events that occurred before the year 2000, such as birthdates.

When you use the calendar display to enter a date, the date automatically displays in the Date field when you: 

  1. Select the month from the drop-down menu.
  2. Use the arrow keys to select the year or type in the calendar year.
  3. Double-click the day of the month.


    NOTE: If you click Close without double-clicking the day of the month, the date will not display in the date field.

    If you need to make this selection for a second time, for example you clicked the wrong day of the month, the pre-2000 date displays with two zeroes (00) rather than the correct digits:

The date also displays in the Date field in this incorrect format.

Update :The issue does not occur in Version 5.3. You only need to install this Hot Fix for V5.1 and V5.2


To resolve this issue, install HotFix-207 as follows:

  1. Download from the PegaSupport website.
  2. Extract HFIX-207.jar to a local directory.
  3. Access the prdbutilservlet, for example:


  4. Select Utilities > Upload Application Files.
  5. Browse to the location where you saved HFIX-207.jar and click Upload.
    When the upload completes, click Done.
  6. Select Utilities > Import PegaRULES Process Commander Application Instances.
  7. Select the Import Instances tab at the top of the window.
  8. Select the HFIX-207.jar file from the drop-down list and click Import.
  9. From your browser, delete the Temporary Internet files as follows:

    - Select Tools > Internet Options, the Internet Options dialog is displayed.
    - Under the Temporary Internet files section click Delete Files.

  10. Access the System Management Application (Tools > System Management Application from the Developer portal) and clear the cache as follows:
    - Select the node for which you want to clear the cache.
    - Select Advanced > Rule Cache Management.
    - Click the Clear Cache button on the right-hand side of the window.
  11. Stop and then restart Process Commander.

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