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No matter how I format my entry_date, it throws an error:

{exp:channel:calendar switch="calendarToday|calendarCell" channel="workshop_events" show_future_entries="yes" show_expired="yes"}
{calendar_rows}
{if entries}
    {entries}
        {title}<br />
        {entry_date format="%g:%i%a"}
    {/entries}
{/if}
{/calendar_rows}
{/exp:channel:calendar}

PHP error on the entry_date is as follows:

Undefined index: entry_date format="%g:%i%a"

Filename: channel/mod.channel_calendar.php

Line Number: 472

thanks for any advice.

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  • output for the entry_date is the unformatted "1378055700"
    – P..
    Sep 3, 2013 at 17:02
  • not enough reputation to answer my question right now. but found out that this is a bug in EE 2.7.0
    – P..
    Sep 3, 2013 at 17:53

2 Answers 2

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why not use :

{exp:channel:calendar switch="calendarToday|calendarCell" channel="workshop_events" show_future_entries="yes" show_expired="yes"}
{calendar_rows}
{if entries}
    {entries}
        {title}<br />
        {date format="%g:%i%a"}
    {/entries}
{/if}
{/calendar_rows}
{/exp:channel:calendar}
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  • because I'm looking to display the entry_date, not the date.
    – P..
    Sep 4, 2013 at 15:33
  • ah OK, I thought that within an entries tag pair {date} would output the entry date Sep 4, 2013 at 15:42
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Looks like a bug in EE 2.7.0 (thanks @solspace for pointing that out [offline]). meanwhile, I used PHP to solve this issue:

<?php echo date("g:i:a",{entry_date}); ?>

I also had to use date_default_timezone_set() because my server's settings were different than EE's general settings but it's working beautifully.

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