roy at panix.com
Wed Nov 13 01:43:45 CET 2013
In article <Eqsgu.53488$F07.39752 at fx06.am4>,
Alister <alister.ware at ntlworld.com> wrote:
> > Best practices say to move the value from local time to UTC as soon as
> > possible, then store/use the UTC time internally for all operations.
> > Only when it's about to be presented to the user should you convert it
> > back to local time if you need to.
> > -tkc
> & it is probably best converted to local time client side (as has already
> been suggested) you may end up with a situation where the server is in
> the USA & your user is in Portugal.
Or, your server is in California, your user is in Portugal, and he
prefers to keep his laptop on New York time.
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