How do I deserialize timestamps that are in seconds with Jackson?

I wrote a custom deserializer to handle timestamps in seconds (Groovy syntax). class UnixTimestampDeserializer extends JsonDeserializer<DateTime> { Logger logger = LoggerFactory.getLogger(UnixTimestampDeserializer.class) @Override DateTime deserialize(JsonParser jp, DeserializationContext ctxt) throws IOException, JsonProcessingException { String timestamp = jp.getText().trim() try { return new DateTime(Long.valueOf(timestamp + ‘000’)) } catch (NumberFormatException e) { logger.warn(‘Unable to deserialize timestamp: ‘ + timestamp, e) … Read more

Timestamp Difference In Hours for PostgreSQL

The first things popping up EXTRACT(EPOCH FROM current_timestamp-somedate)/3600 May not be pretty, but unblocks the road. Could be prettier if division of interval by interval was defined. Edit: if you want it greater than zero either use abs or greatest(…,0). Whichever suits your intention. Edit++: the reason why I didn’t use age is that age … Read more

Function that creates a timestamp in c#

I always use something like the following: public static String GetTimestamp(this DateTime value) { return value.ToString(“yyyyMMddHHmmssfff”); } This will give you a string like 200905211035131468, as the string goes from highest order bits of the timestamp to lowest order simple string sorting in your SQL queries can be used to order by date if you’re … Read more

How do I format {{$timestamp}} as MM/DD/YYYY in Postman?

You could use moment.js with Postman to give you that timestamp format. You can add this to the pre-request script: const moment = require(‘moment’); pm.globals.set(“today”, moment().format(“MM/DD/YYYY”)); Then reference {{today}} where ever you need it. If you add this to the Collection Level Pre-request Script, it will be run for each request in the Collection. Rather … Read more

How do I automatically update a timestamp in PostgreSQL

To populate the column during insert, use a DEFAULT value: CREATE TABLE users ( id serial not null, firstname varchar(100), middlename varchar(100), lastname varchar(100), email varchar(200), timestamp timestamp default current_timestamp ) Note that the value for that column can explicitly be overwritten by supplying a value in the INSERT statement. If you want to prevent … Read more