Some requests that create new data, such as creating a new
Receipt, allow you to provide time zone information when specifying or generating timestamps.
For API calls that allow for a timestamp to be specified, we use that exact timestamp. An example of this is the Receipts API.
All timestamps return in ISO 8601 format
These timestamps look something like
2020-05-23T23:05:18+01:00. We apply the following rules, in order of priority, to determine timezone information for API calls ...
It is possible to supply a
Time-Zone header which defines a timezone according to the list of names from the Olson database.
curl -LH "Time-Zone: Europe/Amsterdam" \ -X POST https://playground-api.wunderbon.io/receipts
This means that we generate a timestamp for the moment your API call is made in the timezone this header defines. For example, the Receipts API uses the current time as the timestamp. This header will determine the timezone used for generating that current timestamp.
If the steps above don't result in any information, we use
UTC as the timezone to create the receipt.
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