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After my talk during Con Foo on Advanced Date/Time Handling I received a question about whether the UTC-offset, together with the date/time in years, months, days, hours, minutes and seconds, was enough for storing a date/time in a database and still being able to do calculations with this.

The answer to this question was no, but it lead to an even more interesting discussion about what be enough to store an accurate date/time in a database.

Firstly let me explain why storing a UTC offset is not adequate at all for doing any sort of calculations.

Right now (March 25th, 2010), Montreal is on the same time as Santiago (in Chile) with both a UTC offset of -4 hours.

This means that for the same date/time (format( 'U' ); $hour = 60 * 60; $day = 24 * $hour; echo "Montreal:\n", $montreal Now, " - ", $montreal Then, "\n", ( ( $montreal Then - $montreal Now ) % $day ) / $hour, "\n\n"; echo "Santiago:\n", $santiago Now, " - ", $santiago Then, "\n", ( ( $santiago Then - $santiago Now ) % $day ) / $hour, "\n\n"; ?

From this we see that Montreal has an extra hour and Santiago has an hour less.

This is because Montreal changed from Daylight Savings Time to normal time and Santiago, being on the southern hemisphere, moved from normal time to Daylight Savings time. Because from the UTC offset of 4 hours we don't know whether we're in Montreal or Santiago, we can conclude that with just this UTC offset and the original timestamp we can't calculate the timestamp of something that's 8 months in the future.

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