Re: UTC not an accepted time zone
Posted by: Filipe Silva
Date: June 16, 2015 06:03AM

Hello Philippe,

In Connector/J 5.1.33 we refactored the internals that deal with non standard time zone identifiers (which is a feature especially relevant for Windows systems) by means of using a mapping between non-standard to standard (or Java recognizable) zone identifiers. 'UTC' is on this map, so it should be correctly converted to 'Etc/GMT'.

However, this map is consulted only if you set one of the properties 'useTimezone=true' or 'useLegacyDatetimeCode=false' which I don't know if it's your case. So, I can't say if there is something missing or a problem with Connector/J. If possible, please provide a full stack trace at the moment of the exception capture and your database settings for variables 'time_zone' and 'system_time_zone' so that we can analyze this further.

Best regards,

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