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Unable to convert Opsgenie ack time from unix timefield to datetime field

I am struggling on converting opsgenie alert ack time from unix timestamp to datetimestamp. as it differ for each alerts differently.

Unix timestamp ranges from 8 to 10 character but in opsgenie it not consistent. Can you please help!

I am working on fetching data from opsgenie to PowerBI.  

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Hi @Ajaykumar Panchal !


The reporting fields of an alert (ackTime, closeTime, etc.) are relative and is measured in milliseconds since the alert was created. This is meant to agree with the unix-milliseconds timestamp used for absolute timestamps elsewhere in the application.


So an ackTime of 10000 would convert to 10s after the alert was created.


Hope this helps!

Thanks for your reply!! can you please help lets say I want to convert acktime into datetime format? How can I achieve it.

Robert Atlassian Team Sep 15, 2020

@Ajaykumar Panchal You would want to add that ackTime duration to the createdAt value returned in the API.

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