[JDEV] Routes, etc..

Thomas Charron tcharron at ductape.net
Mon Oct 11 14:13:14 CDT 1999

  There is one more thing that we need to add here.  In order to get the client 
data of when the 'client' applicaiton sent, we'll need one of two things:

  The only way to get the CLIENTS timezone, and not that of the 'upstream 
transport' will be if the client adds a node entry to the route tag.

  Either that, or the first transport to recieve the message fills in the 
timezone for the client from preferences, and that can be used to get it.

  Actually, thinking about it, the routing is one thing, but getting the end 
users timezone would almost turn into an Info/Query solution, where the end 
client would request the timezone data.

  I think people are confusing several things here.  routing is only to 
timestamp messages as they go thru the system, not to resolve the timezone of 
the client..  We can tag it at the start, but the only reliable way would be to 
have it in one of the I/Q tables..

Thomas Charron
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