> Ken Johanson wrote:
>> Question: with ts without tz storage, should not a timestamp be
>> normalized to the servers implicit TZ (UTC in this case), since that
>> is set in the config's client-tz?
> If you don't specify a Calendar to setTimestamp, it's assumed you mean
> the client JVM's default timezone (the same timezone that
> Timestamp.toString() assumes).
> If you want to interpret a Timestamp as being in a particular timezone,
> use the getTimestamp()/setTimestamp() variants that take an explicit
So, short of passing a calendar to setTimezone, there is no other way to
indicate to the driver that zone-less date/time type values should be
translated to the server's different timezone, is this correct?
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