You would probably need to find the java option to show the TZ in 24 hour time and put that in the launcher.ini on your workstation. Time display is done on the local client, not the appserver.
I found launcher.ini on my client. It does not contain any definitions for non standard time format. Therefore java is expected to use default system locale for formatting time. But it seems to me that java ignores default system local and uses it's own date&time format definition.
Anyway I could not find any option to be used in launcher.ini for specifying a time format.
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A BMC personel finally found a solution:
I got the expected time format display after removing content of %APPDATA%\BladeLogic and restart of Console Manager. Okay, I lost all private preferences, that's worth for getting the desired time format display.
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Right after reinstalling Console Manager on my notebook the problem reappeared.
With this I had the chance to refine my solution for getting rid of 12-hour am/pm time format.
- Close all running Console Manager applications.
- Open file %APPDATA%\BladeLogic\<version>\config.ini with your favorite text editor (e.g. notepad).
- Remove the line starting with "osgi.nl=".
- Save the file and exit the editor.
- Now restart Console Manager.
That's all. At least this worked for me.