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Helper II
Helper II

Timestamp error

The expression utcNow() returns a timestamp that is 10 hours behind the actual time now.

Why and how do I fix this?

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Helper II
Helper II

Re: Timestamp error

Thanks for tips, I ended up using the following action and then reference Capture9.PNG

 

Capture8.PNG

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Dual Super User III
Dual Super User III

Re: Timestamp error

Hi!

utcNow() output is in UTC. So, either you use addHours() based expression to adapt it to your own timezone or, you use either convertTmeZone() based expression or add a converTimeZone action block

Hope this makes sense



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Helper II
Helper II

Re: Timestamp error

Thanks for tips, I ended up using the following action and then reference Capture9.PNG

 

Capture8.PNG

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