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Bob NagyBob Nagy 

Obvious SF bug or am I missing something - see for yourself

A simple format call on a datetime is return the wrong value.  A year that should be 2015 is coming back 2016.  Am I missing something?

Here is a simple 3 line code example that demonstrates the problem:
 
// Create a DateTime of December 27, 2015
datetime dtTemp = DateTime.newInstance(2015, 12, 27, 0,0,0);
// Format that Date Time - Should Be; December 27, 2015
String sFormatedDate = dtTemp.format('MMMM d, YYYY');
system.debug('++++++++++++++++++Formatted Date  = ' + sFormatedDate);
// Actual is coming back December 27,2016

 
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SivarajanSivarajan
You should mention the year literal in lower case as yyyy.

Please mark it as best answer if it helps you to resolve.

 

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SivarajanSivarajan
You should mention the year literal in lower case as yyyy.

Please mark it as best answer if it helps you to resolve.

 
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Bob NagyBob Nagy
That is absolutly it!!!!!!   Thank you so much.