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convert oracle time

Hi guys,

I am querying an Oracle source.

The time fields come through as a numeric.

e.g. 1486539823535 ( i   think its oracles timestamp)

any idea how to convert it to a  datetime stamp we can read?

 

cheers

Ian

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Re: convert oracle time

Hi @IanCockcroft,

 

I think you need to know how the timestamps calculated(calculate expression), then you can add a column to do reverse calculation to restore these value.

 

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Xiaoxin Sheng

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Re: convert oracle time

Thanks for taking the time Xiaoxin.

Yes, I was wondering if anyone knows what the oracle function does so I can reverse it.

 

cheers

Ian

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