Time changes doesn't change the Time
We have a Netware 4.11 + SP9 Server.
During the last couple of years, whenever the time changes to or from
Summer Time (I am in UK), the server fails to change the time. And,
some reason, it doesn't allow me to change the time manually aither
(with "SET TIME"). The only thing I can do is rebooting the server and
change the time from the Bios. After the reboot, the server does allow
to change the time manually (with "SET TIME").
I think this is weird.
I don't really want to reboot because there are about 50 clients
connected...Appointments change time during daylight saving time.
I have a fun problem. If an employee schedules a recurring meeting
every week for a year (don't get me started on regularly scheduled
recurring meetings in general), the time changes during daylight saving.
For example. She sets an 8am appointment. After the switch, it reads
7am until the end of of the switch where it reverts to 8am again in the
This is obviously not desireable. We don't change our normal work hours
with daylight saving time :)
I found a TID about it
Obviously not ...changed time zones should not affect appointment times.
Name: Dan Lawitts
Summary: changed time zones should not affect appointment times.
If someone travels with their computer and relies on Sunbird for
appointment times, and they change the clock on their computer to match
the timezone they have visited, they are in dire trouble.
All of their appointments will shift, which should not occur. There is
no good reason I can think of to tie the change of timezones to a
change of appointment times. That would mean that my calendar, if I
never left home, would be an hour off...Changing time in Auto-date appointments doesn't change all!
Some of our users (GWise 6.5.3) use Auto-date and occasionally need to
change the time (say by an hour)- when they do, they're prompted "This
Instance, All instances, Cancel?" and if they choose "All Instances"
nothing happens, i.e, all recurring dates remain at the same original
time! If they DELETE the first appointment (again, one created using Auto-
Date) all following appointments are deleted! It seems the only issue is
with changing the time...has anyone seen this before or have an idea what
could be causing this? It only happens on about 5...set time not changing time
We are having a problem changing the time on a Netware 4.11 network.
is synchronized to the network but is off by about 10 minutes. We
reference, primary and bunch of secondary servers. Botht the
primary have the correct time in the bios (and in dos) and both are
use the hardware clock. But when we start the server time is still
have ran dsrepair, timesync and everything is fine. I have tried the
time command on both servers and they both come back and say time has
been changed. Am I missing something? Any other way to chang...Change time and time sync
Netware 5 sp1 server, all workstations are windows 2000 or XP with client
Windows 2000 reports the time of day as 10 minutes fast.
When I change the time and it reboots, it is again 10 minutes fast.
Is the netware client telling windows to sync with the netware time?
When I type TIME in Netware monitor, it is also 10 min fast, and also says
Time Sync Enabled.
If netware is controlling the time for the network how do I control it?
Is the netware server also syncing with a higher power?
Ok, I think I got it. Can someone verify that I did it correctly?
I went ...Changing time to local time
My server time is on PST. I was wondering if any had an example how to change the time that server returns to the local user timje?
If you needed to access it server side, you could set a hidden form field's value to now.toLocaleString() on the <body> onload and get it on postback.
Hope this helps! Don't forget to mark the most helpful post(s) as Answer for the sake of future readers. Thanks!Josh Stodola ...Request timed out
I'm having a series of crystal reports that I'm running form asp.net that are starting to time-out. I believe the default wait time is 90 sec. How do I increase the time for this (I think it's in the web.config file).
What is the syntax for this?
Thanks!Alway take some time for fun!
in the web.config xml based file, locate the <session timeout=""/> and change the value of the timeout. remember its calculated in minutes,
Haissam Abdul MalakMCAD.NET| Blog |
Sorry i meant <sessionSate timeout="">
Happy CodingHaissam A...Change Long Time to Short Time
I'm connecting to an MS Access database. One of the fields in the DB is a date field set to Short Date (mm/dd/yyyy). When I view http://localhost:8080, it shows as Long Date (including the day of the week). I need to display short date.
format date .netChuck Boyer, MCSD .NETDirector of Production and DevelopmentEdge Media Design
As far as I know you should be able to do the following
Dim myDate as DateTime = CType(ds.tables(0).rows(0).item("mydatefield"), DateTime)
Try it out.Blog
DateTime.Pars...Appoinment times are Off after time zone change
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b2YgdGhlIHdvcmtzdGF0aW9uIHRvIGRpc3BsYXkgdGhlIGFwcG9pbnRtZW50IHdpdGggcmVzc...I use an CreateUserWizard control to create new user account. Every time I create a new account, my logined account will change to the new one. How can i keep my current account after creating the new
I use an CreateUserWizard control to create new user account. Every time I create a new account, my logined account will change to the new one. How can i keep my current account after creating the new account?
Simply set the "LoginCreatedUser" property of CreateUserWizard control to FALSE!
...Changing the system date, time and/or time zone
followup to grc.techtalk
Changing the system date, time and/or time zone
By default, only Administrators and Power Users can use the ?Date and Time?
applet to change the computer's date, time, or time zone. A regular User
double-clicking on the clock in the notification area of the taskbar gets
only an error message that says, "You do not have the proper privilege
level to change...Change from UTC time back to local time?
Somehow, and I don't know how, the clock on my openSUSE 12.1 KDE system
has changed to UTC time.
I don't know how it happened or why.
I found online this suggestion which I tried, but it didn't do
> 'Linux Tips - Linux, Clocks, and Time'
> Setting UTC or local time
> When Linux boots, one of the initialisation scripts will run the
> /sbin/hwclock program to copy the current hardware clock time to the
> system clock. hwclock will assume the hardware clock is set to local
> ti...Change Default appointment time
ist it possible to force the GW Client to start new appointments at a
predefined default time e.g. 1.00am instead of the momentary time.
Not as far as I know, sorry
Dave Parkes [NSCS]
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