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====DateField implementation bug in Nokia 6600====
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|devices=Nokia 6600 (sw version 5.53.0)
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==Overview==
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DateField does not display time zone offset.  
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|colspan = "2"|DateField does not display time zone offset.  
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==Description==
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DateField doesn<nowiki>’</nowiki>t &nbsp;use the time zone offset, but instead always displays the default time of the phone.  
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|colspan = "2"|S60 2nd Edition, Nokia 6600 (sw version 5.53.0)
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==How to reproduce==
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Create a new time zone offset value with the following line:<br>TimeZone timezone = TimeZone.getTimeZone("GMT-00:30");<br>The example uses minus 30 minutes as an offset value. Use the created offset values as a parameter in dateField constructor:<br>today = new Date(System.currentTimeMillis());<br>datefield = new DateField("title",DateField.DATE_TIME, timezone);<br>datefield.setDate(today);<br>Now the dateField should have the current date and current time <nowiki>+</nowiki>/- the selected offset value.
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|colspan = "2"|October 19, 2006
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======Detailed description======
 
|colspan = "2"|DateField doesn<nowiki>’</nowiki>t &nbsp;use the time zone offset, but instead always displays the default time of the phone.
 
 
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======How to reproduce======
 
|colspan = "2"|Create a new time zone offset value with the following line:<br>TimeZone timezone = TimeZone.getTimeZone("GMT-00:30");<br>The example uses minus 30 minutes as an offset value. Use the created offset values as a parameter in dateField constructor:<br>today = new Date(System.currentTimeMillis());<br>datefield = new DateField("title",DateField.DATE_TIME, timezone);<br>datefield.setDate(today);<br>Now the dateField should have the current date and current time <nowiki>+</nowiki>/- the selected offset value.
 
 
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Revision as of 15:23, 15 October 2008

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Tested with
Devices(s): Nokia 6600 (sw version 5.53.0)
Compatibility
Platform(s): S60 2nd Edition
S60 2nd Edition (initial release)
Article
Created: (19 Oct 2006)
Last edited: extkbeditor2 (15 Oct 2008)

Overview

DateField does not display time zone offset.

Description

DateField doesn’t  use the time zone offset, but instead always displays the default time of the phone.

How to reproduce

Create a new time zone offset value with the following line:
TimeZone timezone = TimeZone.getTimeZone("GMT-00:30");
The example uses minus 30 minutes as an offset value. Use the created offset values as a parameter in dateField constructor:
today = new Date(System.currentTimeMillis());
datefield = new DateField("title",DateField.DATE_TIME, timezone);
datefield.setDate(today);
Now the dateField should have the current date and current time +/- the selected offset value.

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