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Timezone Issue

 
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Hi,

I have been given a requirement where the time on switzerland website is being displayed in BST.This needs to be corrected to display the time according to switzerland timezone.Parameters that are available with me is:

1. date object created from string for e.g "2013-07-21 16:30" (Date dateObject = DateTimeFormat.getFormat("yyyy-MM-dd HH:mm").parse("2013-07-21 16:30");).Here the time in date object is actually in BST.But after parsing date it returns Sun Jul 21 16:30:00 IST 2013.

I have tried few solutions but none of them seems to be working :



 
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