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  1. eZ Publish / Platform
  2. EZP-31277

Different timezones than GMT+0 may result in the invalid default date for ezdate field

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      After setting of certain timezone in php.ini which is different than Greenwich Mean Time Zone
      there may be a problem with Default Date Field as the date will not match the server's PHP date.
       
      Steps to reproduce:
      1) set date.timezone parameter in php.ini to a timezone that currently has a different date than GMT+0 timezone (which is the default timezone for the UNIX timestamp).
      2) create a new ContentType with ezdate field and set the default date to the current date.
      3) go to the form which creates this Content and observe the initial default date.
       
      Result:
      The date will be different than the current server's date based on php.ini settings
       
      Expected result:
      The date should be the same as the current server's date based on php.ini settings

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            bartlomiej.wajda@ez.no Bartłomiej Wajda
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