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__createLocalTimeStamp question

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Due to the Microsoft bydesign format Exchange Mesaagetracking logs cretaed in GMT time. i think __createLocalTimeStampFromGMT is used in this smartconnector and as the connector machine is in GMT+2 now endtime is created with +2 correction. Turkey is in GMT+2 by default but in summertime DST is enabled and basically time is converted with GMT+3 calculation but zone is still GMT+2 under DST conditions. i want to learn , when dst enabled in turkey will my connector still adds +2 for gmt+2 or based on connector server time under dst will it add +3. Because time zone will not effect in DST changes just a correction to +1 hour is applied by OS.

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Re: __createLocalTimeStamp question

i read my question and it seems i'm not clear enough so ; during the process of __createlocaltimefromGMT , will it aware about dst changes, or just adding time zone difference (+2 for Turkey) regardless of DST change ?

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Re: __createLocalTimeStamp question

ok then i rewrite my question in a more simple way , how connector decides what the local time zone is when processing __createLocalTimeStampFromGMT(date,time) token operator. And if a timezone information is carried with in parameters will it be overrided to GMT as the token assume that parameter times are in GMT.

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