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Date on the server


Thanh Nguyen (76) | asked Nov 20 '07, 10:48 p.m.
Hi,

I am wondering what is the time saved on the server. Is it the time on
the server or is it the time on the client (Eclipse, WebUI)?

Thank you,

Thanh

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Michael Valenta (3.6k3) | answered Nov 21 '07, 10:08 a.m.
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Thanh,

I think that, in general, the server time would be used when saving
timestamps on the server but there may be specific instances where the
client time is sent across the wire and persisted. Did you have a
particular case in mind?

Michael

Thanh Nguyen wrote:
Hi,

I am wondering what is the time saved on the server. Is it the time on
the server or is it the time on the client (Eclipse, WebUI)?

Thank you,

Thanh

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Thanh Nguyen (76) | answered Nov 21 '07, 12:58 p.m.
Hi Micheal,

If look at creationDate of workitems or comments inside workitems, can I
assume that the time is of the server local time? Or is it UTC time?

Thank you,

Thanh

Michael Valenta wrote:
Thanh,

I think that, in general, the server time would be used when saving
timestamps on the server but there may be specific instances where the
client time is sent across the wire and persisted. Did you have a
particular case in mind?

Michael

Thanh Nguyen wrote:
Hi,

I am wondering what is the time saved on the server. Is it the time on
the server or is it the time on the client (Eclipse, WebUI)?

Thank you,

Thanh

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