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SoapUI getProcessesByQueryRequest

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I'm doing some database spelunking with SoapUI here and so far have not figured out what the correct use of the Creation Time in the query looks like. As an example, I want to find all running workflows created this year. Creation Time says it takes a "long", so I guessed on it being CTIME.

 

      <ser:getProcessesByQueryRequest>
         <ser:ProcessInfoQuery logic="AND" order="REQUEST_ID">
            <!--You have a CHOICE of the next 11 items at this level-->
            <!-- Old creation times -->
            <ser:creationTime>
               <!-- January 1, 2019 12:00:00 AM -->
               <ser:value>1546300800</ser:value>
               <ser:operator>GT</ser:operator>
            </ser:creationTime>
            <!-- Numeric 0 is RUNNING -->
            <ser:processStatus>0</ser:processStatus>
         </ser:ProcessInfoQuery>
         <!-- Number of records to return. -1 is ALL -->
         <ser:arg1>-1</ser:arg1>
      </ser:getProcessesByQueryRequest>

 

This retrieves lots of workflows, some with creation dates in 2019, some with creation dates in 2015, 2017, 2018.

If I switch the compare to "LT", then I get nothing back.

So if it's not a CTIME, what is it?

 

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Got it. The times are in milliseconds.

               <!-- January 1, 2019 12:00:00 AM -->
               <ser:value>1546300800000</ser:value>

 I'm sure that this choice makes sense to somebody.

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Got it. The times are in milliseconds.

               <!-- January 1, 2019 12:00:00 AM -->
               <ser:value>1546300800000</ser:value>

 I'm sure that this choice makes sense to somebody.

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