Dates show in US format in Australian database in the ETL History Tab for the Blackbaud OLAP datamart

When viewing the ETL History tab for the Blackbaud OLAP datamart, users may choose to filter by the date the ETL refresh/reset started or ended.  When users click the filter icon, they must enter a date value.  When users in an Australian or UK database select a date, it returns in US date format (MM/DD/YYYY), which is incorrect.  

If a user enters any day between the 13th and the 31st, they receive an error:


‘12/13/2013’ is not a valid value for Start date.

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Environment

 3.0.516, patch 20
 4.0.131

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