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his is the default behaviour from Odoo. When you're in the front-end the logged in user will see the times of all screens in the timezone he is in.In the back-end however all dates are converted to UTC-now times, so that the database uses the same timezone for all date and time handling. For example: If you create a record with the date 25/03/2016 and time 11:40 but you live in a timezone UTC+1 it will convert to 25/03/2016 10:30 in the database. (exact format in the db would be 2016-03-25 10:30:00).
You should handle all actions you perform on UTC times, not on the user his timezone.
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|Asked: 3/25/16, 5:08 AM|
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|Last updated: 3/27/16, 2:22 PM|