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Intenationalisation: TimeZone support

 
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I would like my (struts/jsp) application to display date time strings in the user's local timezone.

a) Is it possible to get the user's timezone (or offset) from the http request?
b) what is the recommended tag library for handling timezones, jakarta timezones, JSTL or other?
 
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