[Davical-general] How to check timezones

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[Davical-general] How to check timezones

Nikolai Lusan
Hi,

I am having an issue where some of my calendar clients seem to be
getting the timezone on one of my calendars wrong (seems to think the
calendar has DST). Is there a way I could check with a raw
http[s]/telnet request what the DaviCAL is reporting for the calendar
timezone? I'm not sure if the issue is the clients or DaviCAL (since
one client gets the time right, and another makes everything wrong).

Thanks
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Re: How to check timezones

Vincent Van Houtte
Nikolai Lusan schreef op 2015-12-20 01:09:
> Hi,
>
> I am having an issue where some of my calendar clients seem to be
> getting the timezone on one of my calendars wrong (seems to think the
> calendar has DST). Is there a way I could check with a raw
> http[s]/telnet request what the DaviCAL is reporting for the calendar
> timezone? I'm not sure if the issue is the clients or DaviCAL (since
> one client gets the time right, and another makes everything wrong).

That sounds like a client misconfiguration then (or the client using an
app that is not conforming to the standard).

DAViCal has a configuration setting to force the timezone, which is
useful in situations where all your users are located in the same
timezone.

Checking which timezone DAViCal is 'reporting', does not seem possible,
as DAViCal (AFAIK) would only receive information and save that to its
internal database. If you want to know in which timezone the DAViCal
server is hosted, you can just check the server's timezone.

Checking in which timezone the events are stored internally, can be done
using the Postgresql database. You can also use cURL to fetch an event
from DAViCal, but I'm not sure if this returns raw information or
processed information.

HTH,
Vincent
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