joon at radleys.co.za
Wed Jun 16 04:34:57 CEST 2004
> > What is the best? DateTime will always be UTC.
> No, we require the explicit time zone as we otherwise cannot
> model several cases. IMHO the explicit time zone does not
> hurt performance wise.
It was aggreed that the Date/Time will always be UTC. The reason for this is
that each client knows its own time zone and can ajust accordingly. If a
clients time zone is incorrect date/time will fall appart regardless if the
time zone is added.
Could you please provide us with your use cases (models) where you need
explicit time zone information.
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