May 24, 2024

Covert timestamp (1716336000000) to ISO format (2020-08-20T23:00:00Z)

To convert a timestamp in milliseconds to a date format like 2020-08-20T23:00:00Z in X++, you can use the DateTimeUtil class to convert the timestamp to a DateTime value, and then format it as needed. Here’s an example of how you might do it:

static void ConvertTimestampToDate(Args _args)
{
    // Your timestamp in milliseconds
    int64 timestamp = 1716336000000;

    // Convert the timestamp to DateTime
    DateTime dateTime = DateTimeUtil::addMilliseconds(DateTimeUtil::utcNow(), timestamp - DateTimeUtil::getSystemDateTime());

    // Convert DateTime to desired format
    str formattedDate = DateTimeUtil::toStr(dateTime, DateTimeUtil::TimeZone::UTC);

    // Print the formatted date
    print formattedDate;
    pause;
}

This code snippet assumes that the timestamp 1716336000000 is the number of milliseconds since the Unix epoch (January 1, 1970). The DateTimeUtil::addMilliseconds method is used to add the timestamp to the Unix epoch to get the correct DateTime. Then, DateTimeUtil::toStr is used to convert the DateTime to a string in the ISO 8601 format, which matches the format you provided (2020-08-20T23:00:00Z). Please adjust the logic if your timestamp is based on a different epoch or requires different handling.

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May 20, 2024

QuickFix: Error 1064 An Exception occurred in the service when handling the control request


Windows could not start the Microsft Dynamics 365 Unified Operations: Batch Management Service service on Local Computer: Error 1064




Solution: Check event logs and you may get exact error, in my case I was trying to update some ISV and somehow, there was package refence was missign in other custom model which was casuign this error

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