Hi, I am having data type 'Time' (org.apache.axis.types.Time) trouble. The client send the data to the server, the result (server write in MySQL) always 1 hour ahead. I've investigated the timezone and any possible aspect, but still cannot resolve the poroblem.
BACKGROUD I have a web service bean running on JBoss. One of the data type is TIME. JBoss IDE compile the code and generate a data type with javax.xml.datatype.XMLGregorianCalendar class. On the client side, Eclipse generate the data type that use the: org.apache.axis.types.Time class.
By using the TCP/IP monitor, I can see the client pass '12:10:30.000Z' to the server. Somehow, this will end up as '13:10:30' which is one hour ahead.
The client and the server are both on the same machine at the moment. The timezone is GMT-0.
I have also use Eclipse web service explorer client to test. There is NO such problem. By using eclipse TCP/IP monitor, I can see the client pass '12:10:30.000' to the server.
Somehow, this 'Z' at the end of the time format will make 1 hour ahead. Any body know what's going on?
Post by:Bryan Lee
I have been trying to narrow down the problem. I know if I can make org.apache.axis.types.Time.toString() print out without 'Z' at the end, then I can get rid of this problem. But I've tried every possible way, it simple always print 'Z' at the end.
new Time(java.util.Calendar); with all the timezone setup properly...
Still, Time.toString() will have a 'Z' at the end.
I suspect that Eclipse Web Service Explorer did use org.apache.axis.types.Time as the data type! Any comment?
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