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IST time zone not valid in OpsGenie Terraform provider?

According to OpsGenie's list of supported timezone IDs, "IST" should be the ID for India Standard Time. But when we try to use it in the Terraform provider, we get an "invalid timezone" error. 

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Agaci Avinas Atlassian Team Apr 18, 2022

Hi @Michael.Gaskin ,

Good day!

Thanks for reaching out! I am Agaci from Opsgenie support team.

To update the Indian time zone via terraform or Opsgenie api, you'll have to use "Asia/Kolkata" which is also present in the given list.

IST code is available for few other timezones in Opsgenie, it would be more precise to specify it as "Asia/Kolkata".

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Regards,

Agaci

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