The timezone property makes it possible to define the time zone in which the Wrapper will be executed.
The time zone can be specified with either the offical abbreviation code (e.g. MST, GMT, JST, etc.)
or the UTC notation instead (UTC(+/-)xxxx).
The plus(+) sign is not mandatory when setting to an offset greater "0" (zero).
Please have a look at the
Supported Timezone Table and the Abbreviation Code below
for a full overview about the available timezones.
If the time zone property is not set or set incorrectly,
the Wrapper will be started by default in the local system's time zone.
Examples on defining the Timezone:
wrapper.timezone=CET //Set the Timezone to Central European Time
wrapper.timezone=UTC+0100 //Set the Timezone to UTC+01
wrapper.timezone=UTC-0530 //Set the Timezone to UTC-0530 (-5 hours and 30 minutes offset to UTC)
Changing the timezone will affect the timestamps in all log output (in Standard and Professional Editions),
as well as the wrapper.timer.<n>.interval property
and the Mail Settings (in Professional Edition).
Sometimes you want to turn off Summer (Daylight Savings) Time for some reasons
like having the Wrapper run on different servers in different timezones
and keeping the log files with the same timesstamp, without changing the System's timezone.
With this property, you can specify whether the Wrapper will change the timezone information
to Summer(Daylight)/Winter Time automatically,
if the wrapper.timezone property has been set.
The default value is "TRUE".
Example: (Enable the time change to Summer/Winter Time)
If a timezone doesn't use Summer Time, this property will be effectless.
This also means that the Wrapper won't respect the property if the timezone was defined with "UTC+/-xxxx".
Also when a Summer (Daylight) Time has been defined for wrapper.timezone,
this property also has no effect.