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Label stores timestamp down to the second, not enough for API commands

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Label stores timestamp down to the second, not enough for API commands

If you're programmatically creating data in ILM (e.g. using the API), chances are that creating a label and writing data immediately after creating the label would happen at the same second. Since the time stamp the label holds is only down to the second, some data created right AFTER the label would be shown IN the label, because their time stamps are identical. Care should be taken to wait for at least a second after creating the label/baseline and then write new data.

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Re: Label stores timestamp down to the second, not enough for API commands

Hi Faris,

Oh. That's interesting. I was assuming that a label in Integrity is internally a pointer to a transaction Id and that the time stamp shown is just a user friendly representation.

I would suggest that you create a Case with our Support. Perhaps this issue is at least known to them.

Volker

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