|TimeZone.getDefault() returns GMT [message #482293]
||Wed, 26 August 2009 02:49
Registered: July 2009
On Windows XP SP3 OS Timezone is set to Switzerland i.e. Amsterdam, |
Berlin, Bern, etc. But either JVM 1.6.0_14 from SUN or 1.6.0 from IBM
returns default Timezone GMT instead of Europe/Zurich!
This causes subversion checkin times to be 2 hours behind, now during
summertime and Calendar Entries within the Eclipse based Lotus Notes 8.5
are shown to hours earlier. This is no contradiction, in both cases the
local time is calculated back to GMT!
I changed the OS setting to New York time and got the displays changed as
expected. But changing back to local time display was wrong again, as if
the JVM's consider local time must be adjusted to GMT!
It may be a problem of XP running now for more than 5 Years without new
I need to know how I can force the JVM Default TimeZone to Europe/Zurich
on Windos start up for both JVM's.
I tried to force the timezone setting on start up within eclipse.ini with
-Duser.timezone=Europe/Zurich, but without any effect within eclispe 3.5
and the notes RCP startup is even more hidden such I didn't find where a
force could be put in!
Do any body has a hint how to solve this nasty issue?
Thanks in advance
|Re: TimeZone.getDefault() returns GMT [message #482674 is a reply to message #482527]
||Thu, 27 August 2009 10:02
Registered: July 2009
Eric Jain wrote:|
> Hans wrote:
>> I tried to force the timezone setting on start up within eclipse.ini with
>> -Duser.timezone=Europe/Zurich, but without any effect within eclispe 3.5
>> and the notes RCP startup is even more hidden such I didn't find where a
>> force could be put in!
> I assume this is a general issue with Java on your machine? Have you tried
> running a simple example that prints TimeZone.getDefault() from the
> command line? I have a six year old Windows XP installation, and Java
> (recently upgraded from Sun 1.6.0_13 to 1.6.0_16) has always picked up the
> local time zone without any special configuration.
Yes I did before, TimeZone.getDefault() returns GMT! Though by the windows
settings it should at least return GMT-1! I changed windows to New York
Time and back after restart too. -> No change!
Still searching how to fix it without reinstall windows.
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