I read that differently. I thought he wanted to display the time in Germany, not in a German format.<BR><BR>You could try adding the number of hours difference to the timezone your server is in but be careful with summer/winter time zone changes.
oh yeah :D germany are CET aren't they?<BR><BR>Erm can't think of a script off the top of me head but i bet there are some out there. all you really need is the date which it changes over then you're sorted.
DateAdd will take care of the date as well as the time<BR><BR>E.g. to add 4 hours to a date/time do:<BR><BR>NewDateTime=DateAdd("y",4,Now())<BR><BR >I don't know of any software that does it automatically for you.
Current time Friday February 22, 2002 at 4:07:33 PM <BR>UTC/GMT Offset Standard time zone: UTC/GMT +1 hour <BR>No daylight saving time at the moment <BR> <BR>Daylight Saving Time DST starts on Sunday March 31, 2002 at 2:00:00 AM local standard time <BR><BR>DST ends on Sunday October 27, 2002 at 3:00:00 AM local daylight time <BR> <BR>Sunrise at 7:32 AM <BR>Sunset at 5:58 PM <BR> <BR>
Are you saying that this gives you the same output:<BR><BR>Response.Write "My server thinks it is :" & Now() & "<BR>"<BR>Response.Write "The time in Kabul is: " & DateAdd("y",4,Now()) <BR><BR>If that gives you the same time in both lines then it is time to re-load your server.<BR><BR>