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I'm trying to get the full urldate of my internet source in the reference in the text.

I include it like this:

\usepackage[citestyle=authoryear,backend=biber,language=german,sorting=nyt]{biblatex}

\bibliography{Example.bib}

and the .bib file

@online{WikipediaSLAM,
    ALTauthor = {Wikipedia.org},
    title = {http://wikipedia.org},
    subtitle = {Simultaneous Localization and Mapping},
    urldate = {2017-02-08},
    url = {https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Simultaneous_Localization_and_Mapping},
}

If I know using

\parencite{WikipediaSLAM}

the result is

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So the question is, how can I get the fulldate? For example :

(http://wikipedia.org 08.02.2017)

Here's a minimal example: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0BzzNEJe3Gh-Jd1dOYlBnSFREX0k

closed as unclear what you're asking by user36296, Stefan Pinnow, Maarten Dhondt, CarLaTeX, Martin Schröder Jun 26 '17 at 11:06

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    Please don't post your minimal example as .zip file on another site. We just need a short .tex and .bib file that you can paste as text to your question. See How to write a MWEB (Minimal working example with Bibliography)?. Do you really want to see <link> <urldate> in the citation? What if your link is very long? Note that urldates are very volatile and don't really lend themselves to be used as a citation label. – moewe Feb 14 '17 at 16:49
  • Can you please give more detail about what you want? Do you want the urldate (the date of access) of the date (date of publication)? Note that your use of the title field looks like abuse. – moewe Jun 23 '17 at 7:17

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