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ABL - JMS API Reference : readDateTime function

readDateTime function

Returns a DATETIME value with no time zone information from the body of a StreamMessage.



Applies to

Message objects


*Time zone information, if present, is removed.
*If time information is not present, the default time of 12:00AM (midnight) is added.
*If the application may receive messages originating in different time zones, the ABL programmer should ensure that date/time values are interpreted correctly.

See also

createStreamMessage procedure, writeBoolean procedure, writeByte procedure, writeBytesFromRaw procedure, writeChar procedure, writeDate procedure, writeDateTime procedure, writeDateTime-TZ procedure, writeDouble procedure, writeFloat procedure, writeInt procedure, writeLong procedure, writeLongString procedure, writeShort procedure, writeString procedure, endOfStream function, moveToNext procedure, readBytesToRaw procedure, readChar function, readDate function, readDateTime function, readDateTime-TZ function, readDecimal function, readInt function, readLogical function, readLongString function, readLongStringCP function
For more information, see the StreamMessage.