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ELM 9.2: When Creating a Class Session for a One (1) Day Class in a Time Zone Different than the System Default Time Zone, Receive an Error Message:"Session date after Class end date. (18092, 1341) The session date entered comes after the end date" (Doc ID 2714082.1)

Last updated on JUNE 12, 2021

Applies to:

PeopleSoft Enterprise ELM Enterprise Learning Management - Version 9.2 to 9.2 [Release 9]
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms


When creating a Class Session for a one (1) day class in a time zone that is different than the system default time zone (from PeopleTools options) and the times of the class span outside of the current day (based on the default timezone, NOT the class time zone),  the system will display an error message.

For example, PeopleTools options default time zone is Coordinated Universal Time (UTC). A class is being created in HST for a Hawaii class location from time 9am - 5pm on a date.
Because the system is set to UTC, the system is displaying class as time 7pm - 3am date to  date + 1 day. 

Note:  the application and database servers are set to UTC, also.


 

ERROR

 "Session date after Class end date. (18092, 1341) The session date entered comes after the end date for the class".



Steps to Replicate Issue: 

1.  Log in as an Administrator
2.  Navigation: Navigator >Enterprise Learning > Catalog > Maintain Classes
3.  Add or update an existing Class and from Learning Component tab, add or update a Session.Learning Component type
4.  Add a session with Date and class location, when click create or apply, receive an error message.

     For Example:  Date {MM/DD/YYYY}, time 9am - 5pm, and Time zone HST for a Hawaii

 

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Cause

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