time during standard to DST transition
Paul_Koning at Dell.com
Thu Dec 11 18:59:34 UTC 2008
>>>>> "Jennifer" == Jennifer Wang <(jennifwa)" <jennifwa at cisco.com>> writes:
Jennifer> I think in most case when a caller sets the time to 2:10am
Jennifer> Mar 8, 2009 in America/Los_Angeles, he does not realize
Jennifer> it's the "missing hour". If he wants 1:10am (which is a
Jennifer> valid time), he would use that. So moving forward to
Jennifer> 3:10am seems to make sense.
No, it doesn't. If he meant 3:10 he would have said so. There is no
basis at all to guess at the user's intent in this way.
It's very simple. The user is asking for a non-existent time. So the
reject is valid. It is every bit as valid as an attempt to set the
current date/time to February 30th.
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