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BUGFIX, API CHANGE: Enable setting the DB timezone from the environment.

- It was possible to set the database time zone from $databaseConfig, but not if you were using ConfigureFromEnv.
- Introduces a new constant, SS_DATABASE_TIMEZONE
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1 parent d94048c commit ab976a9df541ddacbddc220bd1dd4ca97f3ac587 @oddnoc oddnoc committed Mar 11, 2012
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8 conf/ConfigureFromEnv.php
@@ -15,6 +15,7 @@
* - SS_DATABASE_PASSWORD: The database password (mandatory)
* - SS_DATABASE_SUFFIX: A suffix to add to the database name.
* - SS_DATABASE_PREFIX: A prefix to add to the database name.
+ * - SS_DATABASE_TIMEZONE: Set the database timezone to something other than the system timezone.
*
* There is one more setting that is intended to be used by people who work on SilverStripe.
* - SS_DATABASE_CHOOSE_NAME: Boolean/Int. If set, then the system will choose a default database name for you if one isn't give
@@ -83,7 +84,12 @@
. $database
. (defined('SS_DATABASE_SUFFIX') ? SS_DATABASE_SUFFIX : ''),
);
-
+
+ // Set the timezone if called for
+ if (defined('SS_DATABASE_TIMEZONE')) {
+ $databaseConfig['timezone'] = SS_DATABASE_TIMEZONE;
+ }
+
// For schema enabled drivers:
if(defined('SS_DATABASE_SCHEMA'))
$databaseConfig["schema"] = SS_DATABASE_SCHEMA;

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