All date fields should now validate to ensure that you have a legal date entered. That doesn't mean a "correct" date, just one that is legal. Dates can now be entered in a number of different formats and will be automatically converted to the ISO 8061 format that MySQL uses.

The possible formats are:

y-M-d ; MMM d, y ; y-MMM-d ; d-MMM-y ; MMM d ;

M/d/y ; M-d-y ; M.d.y ; MMM-d ; M/d ; M-d ;
d.M.y ; d-M-y ; d.M.y ; d-MMM ; d/M ; d-M ; M d y


d = one or two digit day

M = one or two digit month

MMM = three character month

Y = two or four digit year

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