Order.Time and Order.CreatedTime mismatch with Time

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I see a 4hr difference between Time with the Order.Time and Order.CreatedTime attributes. Sample backtest attached. The debug output is:

Order Time:3/12/2020 1:31:00 PM
Order CreatedTime:3/12/2020 1:31:00 PM
Current Time:3/12/2020 9:31:00 AM
Purchased Stock

I am looking to compare the order created & updated time with the current time - and would like to avoid maintaining an additional dictionary of OrderID to OrderTime mappings. 

Perhaps these stored in a different TZ by default? Any ideas? 

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Solved the issue. The QC doc states that all orders are stored in UTC time. I am able to compare fine by checking the order.Time against UtcTime instead of Time.

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