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From "Shellman, Joel" <Joel.Shell...@Summit.Fiserv.com>
Subject RE: DO NOT REPLY [Bug 21394] - Possible datetime deserializatio n bug
Date Mon, 14 Jul 2003 15:32:36 GMT
Can't you create a timezone from the offset?

I see. You would have to arbitrarily choose the ID, right? You could keep
the offset but because there are multiple timezones with the same offset, is
that the problem?

-joel

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Subject: DO NOT REPLY [Bug 21394] - Possible datetime deserialization bug


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------- Additional Comments From jens@void.fm  2003-07-14 15:31 ------- See
my comment above. I asked the exact question. However I am not sure how to
preserve the 
timezone, since datetime sends +/- or ZULU time only.

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