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Custom Date Format

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Custom Date Format

Hi Team,



I was trying modify date format via custom format yyyy-MM-dd-HHmm but it still takes default format yyyy-MM-ddZ.



Would you check and advise ?



 



 



Regards,



Nantha.

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Nantha, the parsed date column is meant as input for other steps, for example extracting data components, calculating intervals, etc. If you want to print in a certain format, you can use:

https://doc.dataiku.com/dss/latest/preparation/processors/date-formatter.html

You find in the "date" category of all the processors.
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Hi Matthias,
Thanks. My understanding is , if I want custom date format, then I have to parse it first then do custom format processor for desired format.
Regards,
Nantha.
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