Then, with the help of a SET step, you call the date constructor.
Ex: SET my_date = new Date()
At this point, the variable "my_date" will contain the current date and time. It is now easy to extract the year, the month, the day, the hour, etc. using the methods associates with a "Date", like .getMonth().
I can't do that in the SET step. The properies of this step are Variable and Assign.
I set variable = my_date( which is Date type)
and write - new Date() - in the property assign.
This call an error. I set step "Create java object", and run java methods getMonth and other . I figured out why this did not work. When i simply upload the new script in the place of old version it did not work correctly. When i fully deleted old version of the script and then uploaded the new - it fixed the problem.
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