In LogTask grid, dates showed with 1 day difference, why and how to fix it ?\nIn database are correct date stored.\nEx: In Database is record '2015-11-06', but in grid show '05/11/2015'.

asked 06 Nov '15, 08:53

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wrong timezone for user or for server? on display, the times are converted to user timezone. If set wrong, this might cause Problem. Klaus
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answered 06 Nov '15, 10:56

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answered 06 Nov '15, 10:56

But it is only in grid...\nI talked about database record but in Edit Task Log Form show correctly too.\nIf it is a timezone problem, all dates are displeyed with same problem (I think). Thanks to your answer.
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answered 06 Nov '15, 15:03

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answered 06 Nov '15, 15:03

I don't use this - maybe the code forgot to set user timezone in that Display.\nAre These tmezones identical for you or different? Or is the difference just the difference to UTC?
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answered 07 Nov '15, 16:44

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answered 07 Nov '15, 16:44

this is the same register: ![alt text][1] [1]: /storage/temp/297-edit.png ![In the grid][2] [2]: /storage/temp/298-show.png
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