5 Replies Latest reply: Oct 6, 2014 6:59 PM by Bjorn Jacobsen RSS

    show data in correct time zone, can I do UTC+10 ?

      Hi all,

      is there a way to show the hours of a graph in our time zone?

       

      I am querying a remote database and in the SELECT statement importing sales data for a single day.

       

      In this graph I want to show at what times during the day we sell more of this product.

       

      I get a bar chart showing the sales/hour, but the hours are displayed in UTC time zone as this is how it is recorded in the remote time zone

      Rather than in "correct" time zone for Sydney which is UTC+10

       

      is it possible to do this in the "Edit Expression" area?

       

      Any advice appreciated, thanks!

      Bjorn

       

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        • Re: show data in correct time zone, can I do UTC+10 ?
          Gysbert Wassenaar

          You can use the ConvertToLocalTime function to convert a UTC timestamp to a local timestamp. From the help file:

           

           

          ConvertToLocalTime(timestamp [, place [, ignore_dst=false]])

          Converts a UTC or GMT timestamp to local time as a dual value. The place can be any of a number of cities, places and time zones around the world.

           

          Valid places and time zones:

          Abu Dhabi, Adelaide, Alaska, Almaty, Amsterdam, Arizona, Astana, Athens, Atlantic Time (Canada), Auckland, Azores, Baghdad, Baku, Bangkok, Beijing, Belgrade, Berlin, Bern, Bogota, Brasilia, Bratislava, Brisbane, Brussels, Bucharest, Budapest, Buenos Aires, Cairo, Canberra, Cape Verde Is., Caracas, Casablanca, Central America, Central Time (US & Canada), Chennai, Chihuahua, Chongqing, Copenhagen, Darwin, Dhaka, Eastern Time (US & Canada), Edinburgh, Ekaterinburg, Fiji, Georgetown, Greenland, Greenwich Mean Time : Dublin, Guadalajara, Guam, Hanoi, Harare, Hawaii, Helsinki, Hobart, Hong Kong, Indiana (East), International Date Line West, Irkutsk, Islamabad, Istanbul, Jakarta, Jerusalem, Kabul, Kamchatka, Karachi, Kathmandu, Kolkata, Krasnoyarsk, Kuala Lumpur, Kuwait, Kyiv, La Paz, Lima, Lisbon, Ljubljana, London, Madrid, Magadan, Marshall Is., Mazatlan, Melbourne, Mexico City, Mid-Atlantic, Midway Island, Minsk, Monrovia, Monterrey, Moscow, Mountain Time (US & Canada), Mumbai, Muscat, Nairobi, New Caledonia, New Delhi, Newfoundland, Novosibirsk, Nuku'alofa, Nuku´alofa, Osaka, Pacific Time (US & Canada), Paris, Perth, Port Moresby, Prague, Pretoria,Quito, Rangoon, Riga, Riyadh, Rome, Samoa, Santiago, Sapporo, Sarajevo, Saskatchewan, Seoul, Singapore, Skopje, Sofia, Solomon Is., Sri Jayawardenepura, St. Petersburg, Stockholm, Sydney, Taipei, Tallinn, Tashkent, Tbilisi, Tehran, Tijuana, Tokyo, Ulaan Bataar, Urumqi, Warsaw, Wellington, West Central Africa, Vienna, Vilnius, Vladivostok, Volgograd, Yakutsk, Yerevan or Zagreb.

          Also GMT, GMT-01:00, GMT+04:00 etc. are valid places.

          The resulting time is adjusted for daylight savings time, unless the third parameter is set to 1 or true().

           

          Examples:

          ConvertToLocalTime(’2007-11-10 23:59:00’,’Paris’) returns ’2007-11-11 00:59:00’ and the corresponding internal timestamp representation.

          ConvertToLocalTime(UTC(), ’GMT-05:00’) returns the time for the North American east coast, e.g. New York.