I’m in california this week and in my spare time I’ve been working on a little side project which involves REST. My server is in EST time and I’m in PST this week.
I am sending some data via a UBAQ using REST which contains a Date. I am sending it to Epicor in “LocalTime” and it is “Helpfully” (not really) adjusting for time zone difference between client and server
I am sending
6/7/2018 @ 21:28
and it is recording in Epicor
6/8/2018 @ 00:28
This is fine I suppose, except when you run the BAQ (Get) it is NOT making the adjustment back to the data it gives me.So I send back 21:28 it “stores” 00:28 and it gives me 00:28 back. Which then causes me to do some date math locally on my client and come up with ± 3 hours in the span of 2 seconds.
Has anyone ran into this one? Is there a way to get it to stop adjusting my time… or let it adjust the time but behave consistently and return adjusted time back to me so that I can get some consistent data?