Date received from server is in
UTC timezone and I need to convert it to a particular timezone, for example :
America/New_York .Following is the code for same
<span class="bold" ng-bind="sess.date_time | amTimezone:'America/New_York' | amDateFormat:'h:mm a'"></span>
But on doing so I get the following error:
Moment Timezone has no data for America/New_York. See http://momentjs.com/timezone/docs/#/data-loading/.
America/New_York is a known timezone to
moment but still it is asking me to add the Timezone.
You need to load all of the following:
- time zone data for moment-timezone
On the moment-timezone home page, there are available three different distributions of moment-timezone.
moment-timezone.jsis just the script. It contains no time zone data. If you use this distribution, it’s expected that you will pull in your own time zone data, either by
moment.tz.load, as described in the docs.
moment-timezone-with-data.jsincludes all known time zone data from the tz database, for the version mentioned on the web site.
moment-timezone-with-data-2012-2022.jsincludes the same tz data, but is truncated to just years 2012 through 2022. This is a much smaller data file, and is sufficient for the majority of browser-side applications.
There are minified versions of each as well.
So if you are getting
"Moment Timezone has no data for America/New_York", since
America/New_York is a valid TZ database identifier, then you simply haven’t loaded the data for it. You are probably using
moment-timezone.js without adding data to it. Either include time zone data with
moment.tz.add, or (more appropriately) switch to one of the files that already includes all time zone data.
However, do not do both. Time zone data should only be loaded once, and the moment-timezone scripts should only be loaded once. If you use either
moment-timezone-with-data-2012-2022.js, you should not be using
moment-timezone.js, as that script is already included.