FWIW strftime: I found this site: http://www.strftime.net/
It allows you to experiment with the formatting. I looks like what you need is '%Y-%m-%dT%T%3%z'.
Just as long as you are comfortable with call C, I suppose.


On 12/20/2019 12:10 PM, Alan Shore via MIDRANGE-L wrote:
Thanks for the reply Patrik
I went to the web page, and to say that my eyebrows raised is an understatement
I will definitely read this -
But its not going to sit well with the Christmas turkey

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If you can't find something easier, you can use the C-Function strftime() from RPG. Yes, tedious, but doable. :-)

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