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TimeZone used by activiti?

Question asked by dognose on Feb 20, 2013
Latest reply on Dec 17, 2013 by jbarrez

usually all Java Date-Instances are defaulted to UTC. Currently im running Activiti on my
localhost which is configured to be GMT+1.

When I now start a Task and/or Process, Activiti will store the localized-datetime (GMT+1) instead
of the utc-datetime into the database (and there, obviously all Time-Zone Information gets lost).

So I wonder, if there is no option to tell activiti to use UTC-Datetime to store all these values?