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Resource creation date column don't use datetime.utcnow() #3447

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Engerrs opened this issue Feb 20, 2017 · 0 comments

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commented Feb 20, 2017

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Expected behaviour

When creating resource for dataset and entering to it summary page, in additional information table, there are two dates of Creation. One is showing only month,day,year. Second one is showing when we click on 'Show more' button under the table, this field should show how much time ago the resource was created, for example, if it was created just now, it should display 'Just now'.

Actual behaviour

When we create new resource for dataset, on resource summary page in additional information table, when we click 'Show more', field 'created' shows '-1 days ago'.

What steps can be taken to reproduce the issue?

1.Create dataset.
2.Create resource for this dataset.
3.Enter resource summary page.
4.Click 'Show more' under the Additional info table.
5.'created' field shows '-1 days ago'.

Engerrs pushed a commit to Engerrs/ckan that referenced this issue Feb 20, 2017

@Engerrs Engerrs changed the title Resource creation date don't use datetime.utcnow() Resource creation date column don't use datetime.utcnow() Feb 20, 2017

wardi added a commit that referenced this issue Feb 20, 2017

Merge pull request #3448 from Engerrs/3447-resource_creation_date_don…
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[#3447] Resource creation date use datetime.utcnow()

@wardi wardi closed this Feb 20, 2017

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