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C# WebService and Java Axis Client (TimeZone problem)

 
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I originally created a web service client through net beans 5.0. When calling the webservice with this client, dates are returned in GMT. After running the wsdl2java utility and using an Axis Web Service Client, dates returned from the webservice are set as EST, even though the date returned is still GMT. Any ideas?
 
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