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Introduction

The management of TimeZones is for the purpose of defining day light savings differences between the various states.

Currently the process is manual, however, this will be automated in a future update to PowerForce.

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Overview

Managing TimeZones is for the purpose of defining the various offsets in time when day light savings is in operation in Australia (in these examples).

This facility combined with the operations staff preferences, correctly align the times between the location monitoring and the location / employee being monitored.

TimeZone Configuration NSW

The following example shows how to define the time zone setting for NSW, start and end of day light savings.

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TimeZone Configuration WA

Example configuration of day light savings end for WA.

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TimeZone Configuration SA

Example configuration of day light savings end for SA.

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Testing the TimeZone configuration

To confirm that the timezones and time differences are calculating correctly, use the XXX to verify the calculation. The screen has used the logged in users preference setting to determine the System Region, which then allows you to enter the region where you wish to check against.

In the following example, we are spanning days to demonstrate the values the system will use as it manages the RAWS specific times.

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See Also

RAWS - Add Client

RAWS - Configuration

RAWS - Launch Process

RAWS - Monitor Queues

RAWS - Overview

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