Issue Type: Bug Created: 2009-12-08T12:17:44.000+0000 Last Updated: 2009-12-08T14:10:44.000+0000 Status: Resolved Fix version(s): - 1.9.7 (11/Jan/10)
Reporter: Greg McDowell (gmcdowell) Assignee: Thomas Weidner (thomas) Tags: - Zend_Date
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// create a date object using a known date $date = new Zend_Date('2009-11-14');
// create a 2nd date object using the setDayOfYear method $date2 = new Zend_Date(); $date2->setDayOfYear(317);
// Results should be equal given that 14th November 2009 is day 317 of the year // however as you can see the 2nd date object returns 316 return $date->get(Zend_Date::DAY_OF_YEAR) . ' ' . $date2->get(Zend_Date::DAY_OF_YEAR);
Posted by Greg McDowell (gmcdowell) on 2009-12-08T12:47:28.000+0000
upon further investigation I believe user error is most likely issue here, not ZF ;) Please cancel and ignore
Posted by Dolf Schimmel (Freeaqingme) (freak) on 2009-12-08T13:38:57.000+0000
Closing as requested as 'not an issue'.
Posted by Thomas Weidner (thomas) on 2009-12-08T13:50:24.000+0000
Please don't close issues without reproduction. Even when it's not reproducable it could be in need of a better documentation.
Posted by Thomas Weidner (thomas) on 2009-12-08T14:10:19.000+0000
After reproduction I see that your problem lies within time and timezone.
$date is set on the date alone... resulting into '2009-11-14T00:00:00+01:00'
$date2 is set to now including time and timezone... AFTERWARDS you set the day which result into '2009-11-13T23:02:16+01:00'
As you see, by taking the timezone and time into account these 2 dates are completly different. Still the calculation is CORRECT.
As help for others: When you think that something is wrong please DEBUG your date object. Look into the FAQ: http://framework.zend.com/wiki/display/… for details.
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