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Hi,

Try below command, this will give you the output in YYYYMMDDHHMM  format.  

w $extract($tr($zstrip("2022-03-29T15:10:00+0100","*p"),"TZ", ""),1,12)

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Anusri

Hi,

Please try below, you should be able to read all json content. This works !

set oref = ##class(%Stream.GlobalCharacter).%New() 
do oref.Write(newMsg) // where newMsg contains JSON stream
$$$LOGINFO("JSON = " _oref.Read())

You can also read only certain number of characters from json, for more understanding please go through below intersystems documentation Reading and Writing Stream Data

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Anusri

Hello,

Please try below, this should help you !

write $zstrip($zdatetime($horolog, 3), "*pw") 

Output :  20220127113314

write $zstrip($zdatetime($horolog, 3), "*p") 

Output :  20220127113314

You can use either of the above two , both works !

Thanks,

Anusri

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