Which time zone will be considered by hosted instance of Web TimeSheet when a report is scheduled?
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When a report is scheduled at certain time to trigger, the system always considers the trigger time as the time zone of the server, on which the application is being hosted.
If the application is hosted on the Calgary data center, then the system considers the time zone as MST (Mountain Standard Time).
Similarly, if the application is hosted on the UK data center, the system tracks report schedule trigger time as GMT. Hence when a report is scheduled at a time, the system considers the time zone of the server on which the application is hosted. So, if a report is scheduled at say 4.30 PM, the report is sent out at 4.30 PM server time.
Replicon SaaS customers who are geographically located in US region and have the application hosted on a Calgary Data Center need to make note that report schedules trigger time works in accordance with Mountain time. Similarly the Replicon SaaS customer in European and UK, South Africa region, have their application hosted on a UK data center. Therefore report schedule trigger time works in accordance with GMT.