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time being displayed one hour later

ralph roper
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Joined: Nov 25, 2001
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hi,
I have a web app using servlets on iPlanet 6/SUN Solaris that displays the time 1 hour later then the system time. I have checked the code (which is pretty simple) on my NT workstation and it works fine.
Both machines are using Eastern Standard Time(EST) for the timezone. Anyone know the answer ?
NOTE: I had this originally posted in the General forum but I am wondering if this problem may be because the servlet is fetching the date and time from iPlanet.
thanks,
Ralph
 
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