I am trying to build a workflow that grabs the timestamp of when a document was loaded into the system -- then add 320 days to the date of that timestamp, and put that new date into a datafield so I can use it in another component step.
Does anyone have a clue on how to do this and if so could you shoot some examples this way -- it would be really appriciated.
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Re: How to get a TimeStamp of a document and then add 320 days to that date....2012-02-12T10:56:48Z in response to SystemAdminYes you can do that, just create user defined component queue(like ce_operations) using pcc. User defined component queue will call to your customized java code and from there you can pass the returned value to your next step in a workflow.