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Default Extracting Time from Date/Time

Is there a simple way to extract just "Time" from "Date/Time"?


Sample:
<effectiveTime value="200710221030" />
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XSLT/XPath 2.0 supports dateTimes in the format yyyy-mm-ddThh:mm:ss but not in the format you show.
So you first need to convert your format.


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Alternatively, if you're going to use your own format:

(a) substring(@value,9)

(b) @value mod 10000

both have the required effect.

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