Two-digit year evaluates to 1950-2049 range
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|Enabled for||Public preview||General availability|
|Users, automatically||Apr 1, 2022||Apr 1, 2022|
Users who enter a year as a two-digit number will get results that are closer to the year they expect.
With 2022 release wave 1, users who enter a two-digit year in Business Central online see that input render in the range 1950-2049.
In previous releases, the default behavior was to follow the Windows settings, which would give different behaviors depending on the operating system.
For Business Central on-premises, no change is imposed, but you can use the server setting
CalendarTwoDigitYearMax to achieve the same experience.
Entering Dates and Times (docs)