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SmartGWT TimeItem -Solved-

 
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Hi,

I need some help with TimeItem. Let's say that user input 01:00, how do I retrieve the values correctly?

If i do a getValueAsString(), it returns me "Thu Jan 01 1970 01:00:00 GMT+0800 (SGT)"
If i do a getValue(), it returns me "Thu Jan 01 00:30:00 SGT 1970"

Anyone know how to correctly get the 0100 out?

Thanks alot!

Edited:
I realised there's a getDisplayValue(). Hope it helps anyone who have trouble getting the value out.
 
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