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how to get JobOrder records within the given time range through Bullhorn API

Posted: Mon Jun 29, 2020 8:10 am
by bharathbhdisys
Team,
I have extracted certain fields using Bullhorn API through post man and the field "Date Added" is occurring in milliseconds format. Is there a way to get it in actual date and time format.

Actually i am trying to fetch few records from the entity JobOrder within given time range, please help me out if we have any other options for the same.

Thanks and Regards,
Bharath Kumar B

Re: how to get JobOrder records within the given time range through Bullhorn API

Posted: Tue Jun 30, 2020 4:26 pm
by tluczak
Hi Bharath,

Our API uses epoch format (with milliseconds). The following website is useful for obtaining dates in this format: https://currentmillis.com/. This should allow you to successfully encode/decode your API calls and results.

Re: how to get JobOrder records within the given time range through Bullhorn API

Posted: Wed Jul 01, 2020 9:18 am
by bharathbhdisys
Thank you so much tluczak. I have just found this unix time format and trying to query the job orders by applying comparison operator.

Re: how to get JobOrder records within the given time range through Bullhorn API

Posted: Fri Sep 11, 2020 10:26 am
by bharathbhdisys
tluczak wrote: Tue Jun 30, 2020 4:26 pm Hi Bharath,

Our API uses epoch format (with milliseconds). The following website is useful for obtaining dates in this format: https://currentmillis.com/. This should allow you to successfully encode/decode your API calls and results.


Hi tluczak,

Do we need to do it manually by going into this website for each date?

Is there any way we can automatically use the API response from Bullhorn which contain Epoch time then decode to standard date/time format.

Regards,
Bharath Kumar B

Re: how to get JobOrder records within the given time range through Bullhorn API

Posted: Wed Sep 16, 2020 4:14 am
by bharathbhdisys
Dear Bullhorn Support team,

Please let me know on how to use this website "https://currentmillis.com/" to encode/decode my API call responses.

Thanks & Regards,
Bharath Kumar B