Monday, 27 March 2023
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Hi there!

I bet there's a simple thing I am overlooking: I am uploading a Google-CalendarAPI event with say 28.03.2023 12:00, TimeZone set to "Europe/Vienna". Immediately after uploading the calendar event is shown in the google calendar as 13:00 and when downloading, it is retreived as 13:00 with TimeZone "Europe/Vienna"- What am I doing wrong with the daylight savings time?
1 year ago
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#1481
Hello,

Can you share the code you are using to add the new calendar event? which components are you using?

Kind Regards,
Sergio
1 year ago
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#1484
Hello,

If you are using the TsgcHTTP_Google_Cloud_Options component, although the Timezone property was defined, all the datetime values were converted first to UTC. I've fixed it, and now if there is a TimeZone then the datetime is not converted first to UTC. Thanks for the feedback.

Kind Regards,
Sergio
1 year ago
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#1493
Next release, if you use the timezone, it should work well, because it takes the timestamp and the TimeZone as Google expects.


Well yes, implcitly, since we're using HTTPGoogleCloud_Calendar_Client which itself uses TsgcHTTP_Google_Cloud_Options, we're using this object.

In other words, people using the current implementation with a workaround to add or subtract an hour will have to remoe this workaround with the next release?
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