worklog insert time shown as 1:00 AM

Hi.

When looking at issue's WorkLog activity it's always shown that worklog is inserted at "1:00 AM" although it cannot be the case by any timezone. Is it a bug or by design or caused by our faulty configuration?

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Found out that we had a setting "Log work with start time" off in Tempo add-on. After enabling it work logs times started appearing OK.

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Timezone seems not to make a difference at all, because all the worklog times appear the same. Times of comments are OK though.

And yes, we have users from different timezones using Jira.

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Timezone seems not to make a difference at all, because all the worklog times appear the same. Times of comments are OK though.

And yes, we have users from different timezones using Jira.

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that's weird. Is there any timezone difference between the JIRA server and its client machines?

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Today we discovered accidentally that hovering over 1:00 AM shows correct datetime in hovering popup.
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Do you have the same behavior in the database ? or is just the display ?

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Do you have the same behavior in the database ? or is just the display ?

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The database entry has something like:

CREATED
UPDATED
STARTDATE
timeworked

2014-03-19 11:22:06
2014-03-19 11:22:06
2014-03-19 00:00:00
612

So I guess STARTDATE is used for that 1:00 AM that we're seeing, but I don't find a place to speficy worklog's start date(time?). Maybe it's somehow possible to use CREATED date in worklog list instead?

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Any more recommendations about how we could solve this?

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Hmm... may be your date picker format is off or broken? You may want to double check that against https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/jira/__date+and+time+formatsif it helps. This is just a hunch though.

Just checked - date and time formats seem totally OK.

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