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John01 Posted - 04/27/2022 : 08:35:22
I want to get data from URL:<counter_id> in json format but I want to get it on timezone GMT +2.

Is there an option to use a parameter like systemTimeZone=2 in order to get the data with the correct time?

I tried the<counter_id>&systemTimeZone=2, but does not work.

The parameter works on this url only, but is not return json format:<ID>&systemTimeZone=3

Any suggestions?
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John01 Posted - 04/28/2022 : 00:44:32
It works like a charm! thanks!!
EmfDev Posted - 04/27/2022 : 11:02:53
Hi John01, try :D

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