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Have a piece of code in python: now = datetime.datetime.now().strftime("%c")
when I run it in python I get this :
>>> import datetime, time; now = datetime.datetime.now().strftime("%c"); print now
Mon Jun 8 10:52:59 2015
This is correct
However when I run in Odoo (regardless of my timezone) it always shows UTC which is 2 hours behind.
Had to look at a lot of code to get this to work and lots of testing but we have a solution:
user_pool = self.pool.get('res.users')
user = user_pool.browse(cr, SUPERUSER_ID, uid)
from_zone = pytz.timezone(user.partner_id.tz) or pytz.utc
to_zone = tz.gettz(str(from_zone))
utc = datetime.datetime.now()
utc = utc.replace(tzinfo=tz.tzutc())
now = datetime.datetime.now(tz.gettz('Europe/Berlin')).strftime('%c')
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|Asked: 6/8/15, 5:15 AM|
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|Last updated: 6/9/15, 3:05 AM|