the code I have is Calendar newExpDate = Calendar.getInstance(); request.setAttr(Request.DATA_ENTRY_UPDATE_DATE, newExpDate.getTime() ); When I process this in IE the database is storing the wrong time. Seems to give a 12:XX AM time. When I process this in Netscape the correct time is stored. We have not changed any of the code for 2 months.
Hi Diane, My guess is that the cause is the default time zone used by the JVM (in Micro$oft Internet Explorer). If you haven't already read it, perhaps the JavaWorld article entitled What's your time zone? will help? Good Luck, Avi.
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