Hmmm.... I don't see anything in java.sql.Timestampjava.util.Date and its subclasses in java.sql are TZ-agnostic. They don't hold or need any TZ information.
or java.sql.* that can allow you to set a specific
timezone. How is that handled?
I don't know if it's standard SQL (and who cares?)Interesting, and slighly icky and frightening.
but I think there are
examples of SQL date/timestamp column types that
include an explicit time zone: