The chore StartTime property time is stored and represented as Coordinated Universal Time and does not vary for Daylight Saving Time
Documentation has been updated to reflect that the StartTime property for a chore is represented as Coordinated Universal Time (UTC).
UTC is a fixed time that does not vary for Daylight Saving Time. Accordingly, a chore start time remains concurrent with UTC, regardless of Daylight Saving Time status for any location.
When the TM1 server stores or returns a local time, or
time relative location, the server
uses a DateTimeOffset that represents a date/time value, together with an offset that indicates how
much that value differs from UTC in the physical location where the server resides. This offset does
not vary for Daylight Saving Time.
Users of the TM1 OData Rest API need to verify compliance with the standard http://docs.oasis-open.org/odata/odata-csdl-json/v4.01/odata-csdl-json-v4.01.html#sec_DateTimeOffset. Failure to verify compliance will result in user-built applications failing when the TM1 Server responds with DateTimeOffset according to the standard