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I've setup a nunber of events in our Odoo 8.0 system. These all display correctly in the events form on the backend. However any event falling in British Summer Time is show on the website with start and end times one hour behind those set in the backend.
I've tried changing the timezone settings on the user, the event and the system config and nothing seems to make the time on the website match the time in the backend.
We can change the backend time if we have to but this will get confusing for users having to remember that they are working in GMT / BST.
Any help would be greatly apprichiated.
You need to set the timezone for the Public user. By default the public user is hidden, so enable it in the datase, apply timezone and hide the public user:
update res_users set active = True where login = 'public' ;
Under settings, users, clear the filter and apply correct timezone to the public user.
Hide public user after that:
update res_users set active = False where login = 'public' ;
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|Asked: 12/15/14, 12:41 PM|
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