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Can I convert startTime to string? (ESM)

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In ESM, is it possible to convert the startTime to a string?  Seems this is one of the few fields that I am not able to convert.

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Re: Can I convert startTime to string? (ESM)

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You can try EvaluateVelocityTemplate function. It should return a string. 

 

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Re: Can I convert startTime to string? (ESM)

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You can try EvaluateVelocityTemplate function. It should return a string. 

 

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Re: Can I convert startTime to string? (ESM)

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Thank you for the help, that worked!  For anyone else that may have a similar problem, I was able to accomplish this by simply choosing "evaluate_velocity_template" and entering $startTime as the argument.

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