Our APIs are conformant with OpenAPI specification (v2) where you'll find the basic data types defined. DateTime is defined in RFC3339 as a profile of ISO 8601.The following are then proper equivalent examples: "2019-12-05T00:00:00.000Z" "2019-12-05T05:30:00.000+05:30" "2019-12-04T19:00:00.000-05:00"Implementations should be liberal in what they accept and conformant in what they send.
Any news on this ?What is the guidance?
Jonathan, in https://www.tmforum.org/resources/standard/tmf630-rest-api-design-guidelines-4-2-0/I still see nothing. Maybe looking the wrong way?(Or maybe cracks are wider than one wishes? :)
I don't see any update regarding timestamp in api design guidelines.
Can someone please share the relevant document link here.
Hi Shadab and all
We discovered that the Jira relating to this issue had been inadvertently been closed. It's now been re-opened, and after discussion in our governance meeting, has been assigned for treatment. Cannot promise a quick resolution, but at least the train is back on the rails.