Current TimeZone

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The Current TimeZone (CTZ) is the TimeZone of the "client" running an application. This concept is valid only when TimeZone Support is enabled.

  • In Web applications, the browser is the client.
     
  • In Smart Device applications, the device is the client
     
  • In objects exposed as Command Line, REST Service, SOAP Service, HTTP Service or Enterprise Java Bean, the computer where they are hosted (usually an application server) is the client.
    Exceptions:
    • ​In Procedures exposed as HTTP Services that are called from other objects in the same Web application, the browser is the client.
    • In Objects exposed as REST Services that are called from a Smart Device application, the device is the client.

The Current TimeZone can be changed with the SetTimeZone method




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