SQL Server - Get time (daylight savings aware) from another time zone
I'm looking for a way in SQL Server without using the .NET framework to find out the time in a given time zone, paying attention to daylight savings. However, this method also needs to take account for states (e.g. Arizona) that do NOT follow DST.
There is a workaround if the server is located somewhere that does follow DST - subtract your current time from GMT to get the offset - but I am looking for a more general-purpose solution. I know the .NET framework has ways to do this, but it would be great to avoid having this kind of dependency within this stored procedure.
Is there a way in Oracle to select the date on which daylight savings will switch over for my locale? Something vaguely equivalent to this would be nice: SELECT CHANGEOVER_DATE FROM SOME_SYSTEM_TABLE
How to write query to Convert From EST to GMT Time considering day light savings? Ex: EasternTime is 2010-02-13 11:30:55.293 If this falls in day light savings, it should be 2010-02-13 15:30:55.293 ot
Is it possible to get the name of the current time zone, such as Eastern Standard Time or EST in SQL code on SQL Server 2008 R2 ? I know I can determine numeric local time offset by calculating di
I have the following problem in Ax 2009 with time zones: I have a site in Europe (Spain), but with users operating in Mexico. The time zone configured for users is that of Mexico City, users connect v
I have a table with users, UTC time offset, and if they observe daylight saving time. Is there a built in way to get the correct user time?
I am working with an Arduino and a real time clock chip. The chip compensates for leap years and such, so it will always have the correct date, but it does not handle daylight savings time, I assume d
For Example: var rd = new Date(2013, 2, 15, 10, 0, 0, 0); rd.toString(); Will return Fri Mar 15 2013 10:00:00 GMT-0700 (Pacific Daylight Time) Even though the current active time on the platform is
Hi I am trying to integrate Google calendar into one of my apps. I have been following a useful tutorial but have been getting stuck with telling Goolge the correct time. When I add an appointment I u
I am using GMT+1 for uk time zone in my code. My problem is for daylight saving it will not work. Can i use BST in place of that so that it will automatically take care of the daylight saving.
i am using php with mssql, on windows azure cloud storage , when i insert datetime with code then it insert '2013-05-30 11:31:47.000' (which is correct time with indian time zone) but when i use get
I've read many posts about the question I posted here but I'm encountering a strange issue. I've set my PHP server timezone to Asia/Bangkok (just an example) using date.timezone directive in php.ini
When server and client are in different time zones, can i get client's time zone in java using HttpServletRequest? I am trying to create an instance of 'Calender' using client's 'Locale' like this, Ca
I have to print the EST time in my java application. I had set the timezone to EST using Calendar cal = Calendar.getInstance(TimeZone.getTimeZone(EST)); But when the daylight savings is being foll
When storing time zone for a given date, is there a particular advantage offered by persisting the time zone's ID string (e.g. Joda's DateTimeZone.getId()) versus saving the local time offset from UTC
My Oracle server is in the GMT timezone, but users of my application (which uses Oracle for data storage) could be from all over the world. At the moment if a user performs an action in the program an
I having an column of UNIX time stamp in my database table, which comes from a system that is in the Kuwait time zone. My database server's time zone is Eastern Time US & Canada. Now I need to con
I have a question about DateTimeOffset and daylight savings time. To explain my question lets assume that right now the date and time is: 11/6/2010 10:15:00 AM If I run this code: DateTimeOffset myTi
I know that DateTimeOffset stores a UTC date/time and an offset. I also know from this MSDN blog entry that DateTimeOffset should be used to Work with daylight saving times. What I'm struggling to u
I am running Rails on two machines, but getting different results from to_time method. I only checked the system timezone and Time.zone configuration, am I missing anything? Thanks Server 1 user@Serve
Is it possible to create a custom time zone in R for handling datetime objects? More specifically I am interested in dealing with POSIXct objects, and would like to create a time zone than corresponds
I want to convert this format: 2012-08-09T07:48:16+02:00 2012-01-17T17:49:05+01:00 2012-01-17T17:49:05-05:00 to dd.MM.yyyy in time zone UTC+02:00
I'm confused as to why, under Settings -> Date & Time -> Select time zone (uncheck Automatic), Android says Eastern Time is GMT-4:00, when everywhere else, Eastern Time is GMT-5? The reason
I’m trying to create a new calendar event for outlook. It is created successful but when some guy from another country (another zone time) opens it, the date and time is Not correct. Here is the code
hi How to calculate the time zone value based on country name including daylight saving time. Please help me.
I am attempting to call GetUserAvailabilityRequest from South Africa Standard Time which does not observe daylight savings time, however, the TimeZone element requires StandardTime and DaylightTime su
I'm coding a scheduling app and I'm curious how to handle the following marginal situation concerning the Daylight Saving Time (DST) change: Say, we're in the time zone where the DST: Starts on 2014-
I'm trying to post a url with a time_zone but I'm facing the following problem In my method I have: base_url = ... time_zone = Alaska # works #time_zone = Pacific Time (US & Canada) # doesn'
I need to create Date Objects from strings of Date data for every hour of every day since the year 2000. The strings look like this for every hour, in a Month/Day/Year Hour format... 04/02/2000 01,
We're using an old application that stores dates in C / Unix format. C time is basically the number of seconds since Jan 1st, 1970. The dates are stored as an integer in a SQL Server database. I am wr
I have two longs representing time since the epoch. They both have the same timezone. I want to find the difference in seconds between these two times, respecting day light savings. (def a (java.util.
I must use time offset value to change the time. I make it via // serwer time is XYZ Time Zone date time $date_today_tz = date(Y-m-d H:i); // actual date time from XYZ time zone $time_diff_UTC = da
I use Dreamweaver CS5 with Beyond Compare for file comparisons. I notice that after we switch to/from daylight savings time, the thousands of files in each of my client's sites become un-synchronized
Is there a way to extract timezone information directly from an oracle.sql.TIMESTAMPTZ object (selected from a TIMESTAMP WITH TIME ZONE column)? Ideally, I'd like to be able to pull the time zone info
i am using sql server 2012 with desktop application as client , the application get errors after period of time when no activity on it , i googled about this issue all solutions points me to AUTO_CLOS
My application is hosted on Windows Azure, which has all servers set to UTC. I need to know when any given DateTime is subject to daylight savings time. For simplicity, we can assume that my users are
I have a C application that sleeps for 1 minute between tasks. How will this be affected when Daylight Savings Time ends? At 3:00am, when the clocks go back to 2:00am, will sleep suspend execution for
I have process that accepts datetime value with timezone as a string (data comes from outside system). I need to translate this datetime to what the time would have been at the local machines timezone
I need a help in how to store datetime along with timezone. i am using Mysql 5.1. i want to do something like - create table tb1 ( c1 datetime with time zone );
Ideally, what I'd like to be able to do is take the name of a time zone and call a function to ask for its corresponding time zone info (offset from UTC, DST offset, dates for DST switch, etc.) in Lin
I am having trouble converting a table column TYPE from time without time zone to integer. Is that possible? Where integer will be equal to seconds. I am using ALTER table exampleTable ALTER COLUMN ti
In Windows, if I need a TIME_ZONE_INFORMATION struct for the current time zone, I can just call GetTimeZoneInformation. But what API do I use to get the TIME_ZONE_INFORMATION for an arbitrary time zon
I'm making a program that has a function that can only be run at a certain time. I want to make ti so people can't just change the clock time on their computer to make it work. Is there a place I can
I have a django 1.3 project and I'm in the process of adding text notifications that will run on a certain schedule. As such, I'm going to need the app to be timezone aware. It looks like django 1.4 h
When getting information from Twitter's API for a user, they provide two fields related to the user's time zone: utc_offset: -14400, time_zone: Indiana (East) Unfortunately, this doesn't tell the f
Is there a way of getting the Canonical Time Zone name from a Linux shell script? for example, if my configured time zone is PDT, then I would like to get America/Los_Angeles. I know I could get fro
Needs to create a Rails App where I want to get the time in local time Zone i.e. if the location is Delhi the time zone should be IST and if the the location is San Fransisco the time zone should be P
Since daylight savings started here almost two weeks ago we have noticed that any queries on our new ColdFusion site that restrict dates in the following manner are returning incorrect data (where Sta
I am using the gem metar-parser to parse a given weather report (a metar). The time is given in UTC, but once my object is returned from the gem it's time zone is +2 (for Denmark). I would like to cha