I could be wrong, but I don't believe that you can use the 'ArcFM Current Date' AU to capture time along with date. However, if you are attempting to use this AU as a way to track the creation/edit time of features, ArcGIS 'Editor Tracking' functionality might be the better way to go. This functionality does capture both date and time values, and it can be used instead of the 'ArcFM Current Date' AU on the 'DATECREATED' and 'DATEMODIFIED' fields. (It can also replace the 'ArcFM User Name' AU that is usually set on the 'CREATIONUSER' and 'LASTUSER' fields_
Thanks for the information. Yes, ArcGIS 'Editor Tracking' functionality will work for me.
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Can you tell me what ArcFM Desktop version you have?
Manually entering date & time
You can enter both a date & time into a date field in the ArcFM Attribute Editor, but it will only display the date. If you look at the field value in Esri, however, it will display both the date & the time.
Let me check on the autoupdater ArcFM Current Date to see if we have any option for handling a time value. But are you looking for date & time to be displayed in the ArcFM Attribute Editor?
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