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Add citrus:unixTimestamp() to Citrus functions

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User story As a test developer, I want to be able to obtain the current unix timestamp as a Citrus function to be able to parameterize payload templates.

Additional Information

  "timestamp":  "citrus:unixTimestamp()"

Should result in the following after processing:

  "timestamp":  "1573045235"

It would be great to have a switch implemented, causing the return value to be in milliseconds instead of seconds.

Issue Analytics

  • State:closed
  • Created 4 years ago
  • Comments:6 (3 by maintainers)

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akuz0commented, Jul 28, 2022

@bbortt close please

bborttcommented, Jul 10, 2022

Hi @akuz0, I have reviewed your PR. there seems to be a little bit of code missing to make this work (the build fails). but it looks very good in general! let me know if you need some hints, I have not looked into it further (apart from the commends I made).

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