Hi guys. Stack info first:
OS: Linux (5.4.59) 64bit
Java Version: 11.0.11 (AdoptOpenJDK) 64bit
Tomcat Version: Apache Tomcat/9.0.11
Lucee Version: 126.96.36.199
In the Lucee server admin, the timezone is set to US/Eastern.
In my (sole and only) Lucee context admin, the timezone is set to US/Pacific.
In the context admin’s Regional page, just as expected I see this:
Current time settings:
Server date/time: Dec 22, 2022 3:14 PM
Lucee date/time: Dec 22, 2022 12:14 PM
This is quite correct. However, I also see this same thing on the Lucee server admin’s Regional page where the second line of the pair being shown doesn’t make any sense: the server admin, because it covers all contexts, should not be showing the current time of a single arbitrary context, right?
I mean, I have only one context, but what if I had two or three contexts, each set to entirely different timezones? In that case, what would the server admin show on its Regional page for “Lucee date/time”? Which context’s time would be shown? I have no idea.
Shouldn’t the server admin’s Regional page only show “Server date/time” and NOT “Lucee date/time”, since that’s purely context-level information, and with > 1 context there can be
ambiguity about what gets displayed there?
Is “Lucee date/time” displayed on the server admin Regional page just as a courtesy when there’s only ONE context, and disappears when there’s more than one context?
Thanks guys! Just trying to understand this.