This problem was there in the 19 version but not before…
When we edit a timesheet to make a modification, the start time changes, the app adding automatically 8 hours to the last entry.
Is it normal?
How can I change it to keep the same start time hour than the first time entry?
Thanks in advance
I can not reproduce that.
Please document with some screenshots what do you do.
As you can see when I edit an entry, the new window add 8h.
It shouldn’t change it.
So already at the moment you open the time sheet?
Is this time saved when you save the timesheet (without any changes)?
Please check your (personal) time zone:
If I set a different time zone there I can reproduce your problem.
phpinfo in Egw admin:
And if I create a file inside the egw folder to check the php, i have it… I understand nothing
Please make the screenshots in English in the future. This helps me/others who don’t understand french.
What you show are the default settings. But what are your personal settings?
Please make the window a bit wider for the screenshot. Then you can see the time directly.
That would be the correct time, right?
So you already have this problem over several versions, right?
This is apparently a very old installation(?).
yes, it’s the correct time and yes it’s an old installation, migrated version after version.
The problem was there in the 19 version but not before.
Exactly EGw version?
If this is not a docker installation, I suspect a configuration problem in PHP-date.
My settings (Docker installation):
It’s a docker version from Github and hosted on a OVH webserver. Version: 20.1.20200728
The thing I don’t understand is why I have a difference between the php info from egw and a simple file both in the same webserver folder…
It seems Egroupware block the Default Timezone on America/Denver…
Because I find how to change the php.ini values with a .user.ini at the root folder
You are probably looking at two different PHPs:
What matters is what EGw shows you. And there is America/Denver.
What is in your database in egw_config/server_timezone?:
Ok, I can understand… But where EGW looks at the 2nd timezone?
Changed this morning, it was Denver before. But nothing has changed since.
Ok, now, it works… Certailnly the webbrowser cache wasn’t up to date.
After a good night, it’s good…
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