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Brian Brinegar wrote:
> Today I started testing Zope 2.9.6. After the upgrade I noticed that
> some calendar data generated from Oracle was wrong. After some
> investigation I found that Zope 2.9.6 seems to assign a timezone of
> GMT+0 when none is specified rather than using the server's timezone.
> For example, the following SQL query to an oracle database:
> select TO_DATE('12-13-2006 01:00','MM-DD-YYYY HH:MI') from dual
> Under 2.9.5 returns:
> 2006/12/13 01:00:00 US/Eastern
> Under 2.9.6 returns:
> 2006/12/13 01:00:00 GMT+0
> There was clearly no time zone defined in the query, and it's the same
> Oracle server.
> Is this an intended change? We have hundreds of developers working
> independently within our system so it's not possible to adapt each
> application to account for this change.
> Any advice on moving to Zope 2.9.6? In the mean time I my try to back
> port specific bug fixes into 2.9.5.
That backwards incompatibility has been reverted on the 2.9 branch. You
might try updating the 'DateTime.py' file from SVN:
Eventually the feature will be re-added with a configuration option to
Tres Seaver +1 540-429-0999 [EMAIL PROTECTED]
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