[rt-users] Date issue with a Scrip

Macnlos macnlos at ti-994a.com
Fri Feb 6 15:42:12 EST 2009

I'm been plugging away on this but no solution as of yet.  Any thoughts?

On Feb 4, 2009, at 2:27 PM, Macnlos wrote:

> I've got two RT systems; 1 production and 1 development instance.
> Each night I do a mysqldump of production and move it to development
> so I can work the latest version and data.  Production is at 3.6.7 and
> Development is at 3.8.1 at the moment.
> I have a scrip that parses when a ticket is submitted and based on the
> date/time it will email a pager if it is off-hours.  The scrip is
> running fine in production and it's been in use for over a year.  But
> for some reason my development instance is tripping on the date/time
> checks.
> My thinking at this point is that the scrip is evaluating GMT rather
> than CST.  I tried an RT::Logger and the hour variable is showing up
> as 20 (8pm) when it's should be 14 (2pm).  This would confirm my
> suspicion about GMT.  So here is the question:
> Did something change from 3.6.7 to 3.8.1 that would account for Scrips
> being processed in GMT rather than the local timezone?
> CR
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