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Bug 1121

Soap WebService DateTime conversion 23 May, 2018

Xavier DELAIR
17 May, 2018
Product: PowerBuilder Category: Third Party Software
Version: 2017 Publishing: Public
Status: Analyzing Priority: P3
Classification: Resolution:
Govinda Lopez 23 May, 2018
Hi Xavier,

I was not able to reproduce your case. Please provide us a reproducible test case so we can further analyze it.

We have lowered the priority of your issue to the default P3 to be consistent with the priority level definitions in our support policy posted to our Website: https://www.appeon.com/sites/default/files/pictures/Downloads/Appeon_2017_Standard_Support_Plan_Description.pdf

Regards,
Govinda Lopez 17 May, 2018
Hi Xavier,

I will be working on analyzing/reproducing your case. We will keep you posted of the results here.


Regards,
Xavier DELAIR 17 May, 2018
*Phenomenon:
At Java Web Service call, we send a DateTime as argument.
PB does not take care the DST / Daylight Saving Time offset in effect on date X when formatting X for a Time Zone.
It takes care the DST in effect when formatting X.

For exemple : 
The date 22/03/2018 00:00 CET is formatted 2018-03-21T22: 00: 00.000Z by PB on 27/03/2018 whereas it should be as follows: 2018-03 -21T23: 00: 00.000Z

*Reproduce Steps:
Create a Java soap webservice with datetime type as argument.
Call it from PowerBuilder with date as 22/03/2018 00:00
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