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> 18:04:31 57346700 Drvrs: Contract-import PT: Arg Value:
> "4512578400".


Ah, well that's perfect. That number (4.5 billion) is the correct
representation for something in 2112 as my computer tells me:

ab@mybox0:~/Desktop> date -d @4512578400
Fri Dec 30 15:00:00 MST 2112

So, with that in mind, any problems you have from this point on are
because of limitations in the time format. Time is a 32-bit integer in
eDirectory and while there is a lot of work being done to extend that it
is not currently possible. In other words, the response from Matthias
Kreim is correct since you have pushed beyond the 2038 date, and
actually you pushed back the full unsigned date as well (2106 or so) and
continued another six years starting from 1970 again, thus the 1976
date. Anyway, you will need to store your date in a 64-bit integer
(your own custom date field I imagine) or else in a string format (any
old string field should handle this perfectly as long as it can hold at
least ten characters, preferably a few more than that).

Good luck.
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