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When using a showcase query, this data is stored as a more typical date type but when I pull in to alteryx the date seems to be unrecognizable. Anyone know what this date type is? and how I convert it in to something recognizable?
I got a pretty sketchy solution for you, maybe someone else will come up with something prettier.
The time conversion is pretty simple and less sketchy. I add a 0 in front if it's only 5 characters long and use the DateTime Tool to convert it to a time.
It's getting sketchy here. I don't know where the first '1' comes from, but I have removed it and replaced it with '20' because the characters behind it are representing the 20XX years. The numbers behind are month/date.