Thank you for your question.
There are two properties that stand for manipulating timezones. The first one is the SystemTimeZone
property. All appointments are loaded and saved according to this timezone. This means that when you load some appointments from the database, they will be loaded as if the times from the database were in the SystemTimeZone
. The default value of the SystemTimeZone
property is set with the timezone of the local machine.
The other one is a property of all scheduler views and is called DefaultTimeZone
. It indicates the time zone of the view and all appointments that are displayed in that view will be offset with the difference between the DefaultTimeZone
and the SystemTimeZone.
is also set by default with the time zone of the local machine.
This means that if you have not set any of these properties anywhere in your project, then you should have "no timezone support" i.e. the dates and times from the database should be displayed as they are. You might find some useful information in the corresponding help article
If you continue to experience difficulties, you can open a new support ticket and send a sample project which demonstrates your scenario. This will let us investigate in detail and provide you with a specific solution.
All the best,
the Telerik team