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Message 942588 - Posted: 24 Oct 2009, 17:02:54 UTC

I know the project's been through plenty of these over the years but I'm curious to see what happens in terms of how the client handles the time-change at 1am tomorrow morn... How are processing times affected if at all?

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Message 942604 - Posted: 24 Oct 2009, 17:43:41 UTC - in response to Message 942588.

I know the project's been through plenty of these over the years but I'm curious to see what happens in terms of how the client handles the time-change at 1am tomorrow morn... How are processing times affected if at all?

they appear not to be affected after all a minute is a minute no matter wither it is BST or GMT.
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Message 942641 - Posted: 24 Oct 2009, 21:36:09 UTC - in response to Message 942588.

I know the project's been through plenty of these over the years but I'm curious to see what happens in terms of how the client handles the time-change at 1am tomorrow morn... How are processing times affected if at all?

They use the O/S calls to convert time, so as long as the O/S does it correctly, it isn't an issue it is an automatic.

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Message 942660 - Posted: 24 Oct 2009, 23:38:59 UTC

yes, french 3h00 => 2h00

00:59:59 gmt || 02:59:59 cet || 20:59:59 edt || 17:59:59 pdt

01:00:00 gmt || 02:00:00 cet || 20:00:00 edt || 17:00:00 pdt -1 heure

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Message 942720 - Posted: 25 Oct 2009, 8:26:01 UTC - in response to Message 942660.

yes, french 3h00 => 2h00

00:59:59 gmt || 02:59:59 cet || 20:59:59 edt || 17:59:59 pdt

01:00:00 gmt || 02:00:00 cet || 20:00:00 edt || 17:00:00 pdt

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01:00:00 gmt || 02:00:00 cet || 21:00:00 edt || 18:00:00 pdt

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