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Mario Gielissen
9/12/15, 1:20 PM

You can do that with a widget:

<field name="date_order" widget="date"/>

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Ankit H Gandhi(AHG)
9/13/15, 2:56 AM

Dear Isabelle Richard,

First you need to enable the Technical Features under your user account, then go to

Settings ->Translations -> Languages.

Edit your current language and change the date format

Thanks & Regards

Ankit H Gandhi.


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Axel Mendoza
12/23/15, 2:36 AM

Use this module:


Jainik Patel (jaa)
12/16/15, 1:36 AM

It seems like o.date_order it's not a datetime object but a string. Using the time module is the way to go:

<span t-esc="time.strftime('%A, %d %B %Y',time.strptime(o.date_order,'%Y-%m-%d %H:%M:%S'))"/>

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7/26/18, 4:46 AM

This works but does not consider the language (I believe the results are according to the current locale)

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