Follow-Up Notice | Windows Application Issue | Apache Software Foundation | REF # 20762704

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Follow-Up Notice | Windows Application Issue | Apache Software Foundation | REF # 20762704

Lei Zhang (Axelerate LLC)

Hello,

I’m following up regarding the issue notification below. Have you had a chance to investigate this?

If you have questions, need additional technical guidance, or if we should be working with a different contact at your organization, please let me know and we’ll do our best to help out.

Regards,

AppEngage Team
Outreach and Engagement | Partner App Experience
EMAIL appengage@...

 

 

From: Lei Zhang (Axelerate LLC)
Sent: Tuesday, September 10, 2019 1:32 PM
To: [hidden email]
Cc: Oscar Ortiz (MS) <[hidden email]>
Subject: Windows Application Issue | Apache Software Foundation | REF # 20762704

 

Dear Windows developer,

I’m a program manager in the Partner App Experience Team at Microsoft. We work with Microsoft’s test organization to notify developers when issues have been identified in their applications during routine internal testing. We’re reaching out to notify you of a potential issue in one of your applications.

The issue details are below. Our goal is to work with you to address this issue and to understand what your expected timeline to address this issue might be. If you have any questions about the details below or have already addressed this issue in a forthcoming update, please let me know.

Account

Apache Software Foundation

Product

OpenOffice

Reference #

20762704

Issue

[Japanese Calendar][Win32][OpenOffice & 4.16.9790]: [Inserting the date in OpenOffice application is giving English date format even after enabling Japanese calendar

Environment: Desktop
OS build: 18362, 17763

OS: Windows 10

Pre-requisite:

a) Open Intl.cpl

b) Select "Japanese (Japan)" from the "Format" drop down

c) Select "Additional Settings" Date

d) In the "Calendar Type" dropdown, select the 2nd calendar "和暦", which is the Japanese.

e) Select "Apply" "Ok"

f) Run ActiveTestJapaneseEra registry from \\wsehyd-applib\ae\Public\Win10RTM_OEM_ZDP_PKG1_Testing\JaEraTest\ActiveTestJapaneseEra.reg

  1. Deploy latest 18362 or 17763 build
  2. Goto run and type intl.cpl
  3. Change the format to Japanese
  4. Click on additional settings
  5. Change the calender type to second option
  6. Click on apply.
  7. Install the application from vendor site
  8. Launch the application
  9. Click on Text document
  10. Type something and click on insert->fields->date
  11. Observe
  12. Note: Issue repro’s only while inserting date after typing something in the doc.
  13. But able to insert Japanese date format in new line directly.



Actual Results:
Date is inserted in English format after typing something in a line

Expected Results:
Date should be inserted in Japanese format

Resource

For any questions on app development (or) submission on windows, contact Windows Dev Center. https://developer.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/support

 

Thank you for your continued support of Windows!

Regards,

AppEngage Team
Outreach and Engagement | Partner App Experience
EMAIL
appengage@...