We are using Magento 188.8.131.52 Community Edition and have XTENTO extention installed. When orders are placed before 12:00PM the Order Date exports correctly, but for orders placed after 12:00PM the Order Date is the next day. There seems to be a PHP statement in the Template and I don't know anything about PHP.
<xsl:value-of select="$sepstart" /><xsl:value-of select="php:functionString('strftime', '%m/%d/%Y', ../../created_at_timestamp)"/><xsl:value-of select="$sepend" />
Does anyone see anything in this line that would cause such a thing?
Thanks for any help.
Under general configuration for XTENTO extension there is a couple yes/no options:
Only change the below settings if instructed by a XTENTO representative. These are fixes/patches that can be enabled, which are required only in SOME Magento environments.
Enable: Don't adjust timestamp timezone (Yes/No)
If enabled, any timestamps (seconds since 1970) output by our export extensions will not be adjusted by the stores timezone, and will be output in UTC instead.
Enable: Zend_Date GMT Offset (Yes/No)
Some Zend_Date versions always return a positive $gmtOffset. This can lead to wrong date/times being shown/exported.
They both fix the problem so I will just leave the first one set to yes.
If you have the problem described in the first post you will usually want to enable ONLY the "Zend_Date GMT Offset" fix. Not the other one, and never both at the same time.