- In a Unix or Linux BI Platform environment, running on a server with different DST rules than those in the United States...
- (different start / end date, or a locale with no DST)
- Following the beginning or end of Daylight Saving Time -- in either the server's locale or the US -- scheduled instances' runtimes are adjusted by +/- one hour.
- Recurring instances' next run times are (generally) updated to reflect the new scheduled start time, +/- one hour from their previous values.
- Less commonly, the instances run an hour earlier or later despite their listed start times being unchanged
- As an example, in an affected BI environment in Europe -- where DST ends on 29 October, 2023 -- instances will run one hour early after that date.*
- The issue can typically be detected even before DST starts or ends, as recurring instances next run times begin to fall on dates that follow the DST change.
- e.g. Where DST ends on 29 October, 2023, a weekly (Wednesdays @ 12pm) report will run at the correct time on Wednesday, 25 October, immediately after which the next run time is given as 1 November @ 11am.
- *The same logic can be used to confirm if and when the issue will self-correct. After the example instance runs on 1 November @ 11am, its next run time should be given as 8 November @ 12pm, confirming the issue will self-correct.
- SAP BusinessObjects Business Intelligence Platform 4.x
- supported Linux / Unix operating systems
- where local DST rules differ from those in the USA
- all content types (Crystal Reports, WebI, program objects, etc.)
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