If I do this:
<OpportunityManager>.GetMutableEntityFieldDescriptor("TBL_OPPORTUNITY.EDITDATE", true).GetValue(<some opportunity>)
I get a string object, WITHOUT time. like '11-7-2018'.
This is not how it should be, like for example when I do this:
<CompanyManager>.GetMutableEntityFieldDescriptor("TBL_COMPANY.EDITDATE", true).GetValue(<some company>)
I get a DateTime object, like it's supposed to return.
See my attachment (the 'me' variable is an abbreviation and stands for MutableEntity. It's a Company in the first row and an Opportunity in the second row).
Can this please be fixed? Now I cannot verify when an opportunity is edited within a precision of a whole day....
I've seen it with v20 and v20.1 with two totally different databases.