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clientcreatedtime field store time in utc format?

I am fetching orders at regular intervals to fetch sales data.I am using utc timestamp to fetch orders.For example orders are added for time 2:00am GMT.And I need to fetch order using script which uses UTC time stamp of past 10 minutes to fetch orders.so will it allow me to fetch current order irrespective of place and datetime? clientcreatedtime is stored in utc format in clover as well?

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client_created_time is stored as a UNIX timestamp. If you don't know what that means this may be helpful:

https://currentmillis.com/tutorials/system-currentTimeMillis.html#unix-timestamp

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So if I am asking to fetch orders from 10:00 am UTC to 10:10 am UTC it will fetch me correct results irrespective of timezone .Right?

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Yes, that is correct.

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Thanks alot.

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