@mark yes, I am talking about unix timestamps - the number of seconds since midnight Jan 1, 1970, this is how pretty much every web api deals with dates and times. The problem I am having is not getting the timestamp into the Javascript actor but getting it out of the JSON parser.For example when I check the web api I am using I get the first timestamp as : 1585207161600, but this element is output from the JSON parser as 364071376, if I use another method to see the results and search them there is nowhere that I find 364071376 (just to check if I made a mistake parsing).I have made a very simple sample patch based on the example above, if I change any of the values of a JSON attribute to 1585207161600, it will output 364071376 from the parser.JSON Parse timestamp error.izz