Byron Nikolaidis wrote:
> When I query any table with a regular old Date in it, the first row
> that comes back is correct (some Date value with 00:00:00 as the time) ,
> however all subsequent rows are advanced by 1 hour (they have a time of
> 01:00:00) . This happens on any table.
It's quite weird that it's different on the first row, otherwise I'd say
it was a local JVM timezone issue.
Do you have some test code we can try? Without knowing what the
underlying column's type is or which ResultSet accessor you're using
it's just guesswork.
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