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Cristian Cardenas
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Hi all,
I am working on a system needs to manage TimeZones. I need a way (standard if posible) to convert a date from one TimeZone to another.
Thanks a lot.
Cristian.
Ernest Friedman-Hill
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Have you looked at the java.util.Calendar and TimeZone classes?


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Cristian Cardenas
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Yes,
I saw this two classes but I could not find the way to do this.
 
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