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Time (as part of date) ignored when Entry is created programatically #1644

peda opened this Issue Nov 6, 2017 · 0 comments


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peda commented Nov 6, 2017

Expected behaviour

Time should be set same as this is done when editing a entry through the CP

Actual behaviour

The time part gets thrown away and only the date part is used

Steps to reproduce

$entry = Entry::create('my-post')
    ->with(['title' => 'My First Post'])
    ->date('2016-05-10 13:59:15')


Server Details

Operating System: Ubuntu 14.04

Web Server: Apache 2

PHP Version: PHP 7

Statamic Version: 2.7.1

Updated from an older Statamic or fresh install: updated

List of installed addons: N/A

How to fix


     * @param string $date
     * @return $this
    public function date($date = null)
        $date = ($date) ? Carbon::parse($date) : Carbon::now();

        $this->order = $date->toDateString(); 

        return $this;

toDateString() does return Y-m-d but it should only be Y-m-d if there is no time part - if there is a time part the date format should be Y-m-d-Hi (as used in Entry->date())

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