Systems Engineering and RDBMS

Daylight Savings Time Change in November in USA

Posted by decipherinfosys on October 9, 2007

In the USA, the daylight savings time will end on 4th of November. Chances are that you must have already applied the critical patches already when the DST changes were made in March this year. We had covered those in our blog posts at that time – exchange and DST, Oracle, SQL Server and DB2 LUW, Microsoft products effected by DST and Windows Mobile Devices.

So, hopefully all your critical systems already have all these set up properly.  For Microsoft based systems, if you are not sure how it effects your systems, take a look at the MSFT site:

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