Configuring the time zone
You can change the default UTC time zone to a different time zone such as AEST, SGT or CST. The Operation, Business, and COE dashboards display the time based on the time zone that you set.
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When you upgrade Control Room Version 184.108.40.206 or Version 220.127.116.11 patch to any of the base versions such as Version 11.3.4 or Version 11.3.5, the dashboards will display the time zone in UTC format only. To set the time zone, do as follow.
Go to the Control Room installation path.
For example, C:\Program Files\Automation Anywhere\Enterprise\zoomdata\conf
- From the list of files in the config folder, open the zoomdata.properties file with an XML editor such as Notepad++.
Define the timezone.change.required property in the
For example, timezone.change.required=falseThe default value is false and the time zone is disabled.
Change the value to true to enable you to change the time
For example, to set the time zone in Indian Standard Time (IST), use the following settings:
oldTimeZone= +00:00 timeZoneId= Asia/Kolkata timeZoneLabel= IST (UTC+05:30)
For more information on how to configure the timeZoneId and timeZoneLabel, see this article:
- oldTimeZone is the existing time difference from Greenwich Mean Time or GMT (default is set to +00:00).
- timeZoneId is the unique ID for the region and city.
- timeZoneLabel is the existing or selected country time zone code.
- Save the file.
Restart the Bot Insight service.
If you want to modify the time zone or set it back to the default value, repeat Step 1 through Step 6.For example, if you want to modify the time zone from IST to Australian Eastern Standard Time (AEST):
Old setting: oldTimeZone= +00:00 timeZoneId= Asia/Kolkata timeZoneLabel= IST (UTC+05:30) Modified settings: oldTimeZone= +05:30 timeZoneId= Australia/Sydney timeZoneLabel= AEST (UTC+10:30)