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How do I format a Microsoft JSON date?

By Anshuman Trivedi on 11/27/2016

Recently in my current project as per requirement of client. I had to Format Microsoft JSON date.

JSON Dates are not dates – they are Strings So I thought of writing this functions for Formatting JSON Date.

Step-1: Write a Function-

            function parseJsonDate(jsonDate) {

                        var offset = new Date().getTimezoneOffset() * 60000;

                        var parts = /\/Date\((-?\d+)([+-]\d{2})?(\d{2})?.*/.exec(jsonDate);

                        if (parts[2] == undefined)

                                     parts[2] = 0;

                        if (parts[3] == undefined)

                                     parts[3] = 0;

                        return new Date(+parts[1] + offset + parts[2]*3600000 + parts[3]*60000                           + 86400000);

                        };

 

            function JSONDate(){

var reviewdate = parseJsonDate(entity.xrm_Date);     

 var date = "";

                        var month = "";

                        if ((reviewdate.getDate()) < 10) {

                                    date = "0" + reviewdate.getDate();

                        }

                        else {

                                    date = reviewdate.getDate();

                        }

                        if ((reviewdate.getMonth() + 1) < 10) {

                                    month = "0" + (reviewdate.getMonth() + 1);

                        }

                        else {

                                    month = (reviewdate.getMonth() + 1);

                        }

                        reviewDate = date + "/" + month + "/" + reviewdate.getFullYear();

                        bookReviewdate = bookReviewdate+" "+reviewDate;

            }

 

Step-2: Copy and paste this function into your JS file.

Step 3: Click on OK and then Save and Publish.  


 

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