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2 Replies Latest reply: Nov 19, 2012 11:49 PM by Helios-GunesEROL RSS

Oracle Database Time

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Hi Oracle Gurus,

OS: RHEL4
Oracle DB: 10g
Client: 10g

I have 2 different timezone where by i want the DB time in EST while the OS time is in UTC.
Currently what i have done is that i have set TZ=EST and startup the db and listener.
When i select sysdate from the client, it shows EST which is correct (thats what i want).

However, when i run the apps via the oracle jdbc, it returns the date in UTC. (something unexpected).
These a few of my questions?
i) Is there any difference from running client and jdbc driver?
ii) How to make/ensure my apps return the date as EST without modifying the OS time into EST?
iii) How to make the oracle DB into EST while sitting in a OS running in UTC and ensuring the apps always return dates in EST?


The main reason having the above as because i have several database and so far only 1 DB requires to be in the EST timezone. So instead of allocating a new server, planning to put all the DBs in 1 box and running UTS on the OS but different timezone on the DB level.

Thanks.

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