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I'm trying to display a saved date from a json file. I currently have:

{% set batchRowStats = craft.analytics.loadSavedBatch() %}

{% for stat in batchRowStats %}
    <tr>
        <td>{{ stat['senddate'].date }}</td>
    </tr>
{% endfor %}

And the information in the JSON file is:

[{"batchid":368,"total":1111,"opened":0,"clicked":0,"optout":0,"bounced":0,"subject":"subject line","senddate":{"date":"2017-06-02 06:00:22.000000","timezone_type":3,"timezone":"UTC"}}

I am getting this error:

Impossible to access an attribute ("date") on a string variable ("").

Which I am assuming it's because this information may be in a DateTime or object of sorts. I really need to just display "June 2, 2017" with a date_format but I'm not even sure how to get the string to display.

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  • If you {{ dump(stat['senddate']) }}, what does it output?
    – Brad Bell
    Jun 20 '17 at 17:24
  • array(3) { ["date"]=> string(26) "2017-06-02 06:00:22.000000" ["timezone_type"]=> int(3) ["timezone"]=> string(3) "UTC" }
    – Cyberio
    Jun 20 '17 at 17:25
  • I was able to {% for datestat in stat['senddate'] %} <td>{{ datestat|date('M j, Y') }}</td> {% endfor %} and it outputs three dates.: Jun 2, 2017 Dec 31, 1969 Jun 20, 2017
    – Cyberio
    Jun 20 '17 at 17:27
  • Seems like that sorts your issue, then? Would you mind adding that as an official answer?
    – Brad Bell
    Jun 20 '17 at 17:45
  • Well, it sort of fixes it because I do get a date but why is it outputting three and how do I only get one? I tried .limit(1) and .first() but it gives me errors. Should I try something besides a for loop? If so, what?
    – Cyberio
    Jun 20 '17 at 17:49
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I attempted to get senate directly and output one element of it but no matter what index/key I set it would give me an error. Also, trying to change the object (or whatever it happened to be) in the PHP caused errors as well. I needed up just doing |first and |date to grab the date I needed and format it. The timezone_type and timezone were being converted into dates (December 1969 and current date) for some reason.

{% set batchRowStats = craft.analytics.loadSavedBatch() %}
{% for stat in batchRowStats %}
    {{ stat['senddate']|first|date("F j, Y") }}
{% endfor %}

I did change on thing in the PHP. I added (array) before the object inside of the array it's in. There are more complications to this scenario but I was assigning it to another variable and adding it to a different array. No matter what way I tried to extract the variable it would give me errors. String conversion gave me array error and array conversion usually gave me a string error and several others along the way. After placing (array) in front of it while assigning it to a variable it seemed to behave a bit better.

$emptyDateArray = (array) $innerResults['BatchStartDate'];

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