This Automation Manager object displays the properties of the system baseboard or motherboard.
|Days||Number||This is the number of days of uptime (note that this is rounded to the lowest value, so 23hrs would be 0 days. 25hrs would show 1 day).|
|Hours||Number||This is the number of hours of uptime excluding days (note that 25hrs of uptime is 1 day 1hr, so 1hr would be shown here).|
|Minutes||Number||This is the number of minutes of uptime excluding days (note that 25hrs 30 minutes of uptime is 1 day 1hr 30 minutes, so 30 minutes would be shown here).|
|Seconds||Number||This is the number of seconds of uptime excluding days (note that 25hrs 30 minutes 25 seconds of uptime is 1 day 1hr 30 minutes and 25 seconds, so 25 seconds would be shown here).|
|Milliseconds||Number||This is the number of milliseconds of uptime excluding days (note that 25hrs 30 minutes 25 seconds and 223 milliseconds of uptime is 1 day 1hr 30 minutes 25 seconds and 223 milliseconds, so 223 milliseconds would be shown here).|
|Ticks||Number||This is the total uptime in Ticks. A single tick represents one hundred nanoseconds or one ten-millionth of a second. There are 10,000 ticks in a millisecond, or 10 million ticks in a second.|
|Total Days||Number||This is the total days of uptime. Note that this includes fractons, so 36hrs would be 1.5 days, and 12hrs would be 0.5 day.|
|Total Hours||Number||This is the total hours of uptime, so 36hrs would be shown as 36hrs, and 12hrs30minutes would be 12.5hrs.|
|Total Minutes||Number||This is the total number of minutes of uptime, so 3hrs would show as 180 minutes, and 30 seconds would be 0.5 minute.|
|Total Seconds||Number||This is the total seconds of uptime, so 2 minutes would be 120 seconds.|
|Last Boot Uptime||Date||This is the last recorded full reboot time (local computer time).|
|Result||Number||Returns a success value of zero or any value other than zero to indicate failure.|
|Result String||String||Object execution error details.|
Example Input Parameters
No input parameters required.