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Re: JSP reporting in 2.8.2 not displaying ISO 8601 dates correctly

Subject: Re: JSP reporting in 2.8.2 not displaying ISO 8601 dates correctly
Date: Thu, 26 Feb 2009 16:48:20 -0600
Hm.  That's an interesting observation.  I didn't try building the  
entire project from source, although while attempting a fix I did  
rebuild the cruisecontrol.jar and replaced the one installed with the  
binary distribution.  When I did that, I still got UTC times unless I  
did my own explicit conversion in the DateUtil code (which then  
messed up the JSP index page).
On Feb 26, 2009, at 4:33 PM, Manfredo Hopp wrote:
> Tested binary release vs compiled release (2.8.2) .
> In binary release the Builddate in logs appears in UTC whereas in
> compiled release  Builddate is ok.
>
> Manfredo Hopp
>
>
>>>>>> On Wed, Feb 18, 2009 at 4:59 PM, Ron Hough <[email protected]>
>>>>>> wrote:
>>>>>>> Hi, all...
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> I updated CruiseControl from 2.7.2 to 2.8.2 (binary release),
>>>>>>> and I'm
>>>>>>> noticing that the JSP reporting tool is displaying "Date of  
>>>>>>> build:"
>>>>>>> and "Last Changed:" dates in what looks like ISO 8601 format,
>>>>>>> but not
>>>>>>> converting for local time.  In other words, I get something like
>>>>>>> "Date of build:   2009-02-18T23:26:16" which is the right  
>>>>>>> time in
>>>>>>> UTC...  but I'm in CST.  This is the value being written to the
>>>>>>> log.xml for the build:
>>>>>>>   <info>
>>>>>>>     <property name="projectname" value="XXXXX" />
>>>>>>>     <property name="lastbuild" value="20090218171517" />
>>>>>>>     <property name="lastsuccessfulbuild"  
>>>>>>> value="20090218171517" />
>>>>>>>     <property name="builddate" value="2009-02-18T23:26:16" />
>>>>>>>     <property name="cctimestamp" value="20090218172616" />
>>>>>>>     <property name="label" value="build.3" />
>>>>>>>     <property name="interval" value="10" />
>>>>>>>     <property name="lastbuildsuccessful" value="true" />
>>>>>>>     <property name="logdir" value="XXXXX" />
>>>>>>>     <property name="logfile" value="log20090218172616Lbuild.
>>>>>>> 3.xml" />
>>>>>>>   </info>
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> Anyone know what's going on here?  Is there a way to get this  
>>>>>>> time
>>>>>>> stamp converted to local time when displayed?
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> BTW, I'm using subversion (client rev. 1.4.4) for source  
>>>>>>> control.
>>>>>>> Build server is running Fedora Core 8.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> Thanks...
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> Ron
>>>>>>>
>>>>
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