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  1. In an attempt to standardize my handling of formatting timestamps as text, I have added functions to "JDP Science Common Utilities" (a VI support package, on the Tools Network). This is used by SQLite Library (version just released) and JSONtext (next release), but they can also be used by themselves (LabVIEW 2013+). Follows RFC3339, and supports local-time offsets.
  2. A part of my code converts a time stamp into a string. Another part will have to read this string and convert it back to a time stamp. However, when I run this quick example I've created, I get an error. Does anybody know what I'm missing? Thanks
  3. My new job has me starting from scratch DB wise. I worked with a homegrown schema for many years, but it doesn't match my needs here and I want to make this supportable log term (next poor soul), so I was thinking of using the out-of-box schema with MySQL. I've got MyQL 5.1 and TS 2010 installed; the TS 2010 MySQL implementation uses INSERT statements which lack my one pet peeve, a timestamp data type. I think this may be because MySQL at the time 2010 was developed only had a date-time data type. Does anyone know if a newer version of TestStand includes support for a timestamp data ty
  4. Hi I need the UTC time and convert it to tics. I use this code(LV2012/DotNet 2.0): Why is the Now time(local) the same as UTCtime. There should be a difference of 2 hours! I made a program in C# and it is showing the right time (2 hours between Local and UTC) regards Bjarne
  5. Greetings, I've been playing around with the timestamp recently and I'd like to throw out some of my findings to see if they're expected behavior or not. One issue is that if you call Get Date/Time in Seconds, the minimum interval is ~1ms. Now this is much better than ~2009 where the minimum interval was ~14ms, if I recall correctly. Meaning, even if you call Get Date/Time in Seconds a million times in a second, you only get ~1000 updates. The other oddities involve converting to double or extended and from double/extended back to timestamp. It seems that when converting to double, at le
  6. Hi, I'm plotting a bar graph which takes only double data input. My X-axis should be the timestamp and my Y-axis is the double data. Bt here I can't figure out any way to convert the timestamp to double so that I can use it as an input. Any suggestions. Regards, Runjhun A.
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