[Shankar]: The parameter that is know to me is Time in seconds.
Time in seconds... since what? What would a value of 0 mean here? Where do these numbers come from?
1995181298 seconds is approximately 63 years. And 3159720303 seconds is approximately 100 years. What dates are these values supposed to represent? From that you can tell (hopefully) what date was 63 or 100 years earlier, and then we'll be able to do some math to correct the output of your program. Or possibly, if this isn't making sense, maybe these aren't really times in seconds at all?
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long timeInMillis = 1995181298L*1000L;
I tried using the above expression and there is no change in the output.
I'm coding a Network managemant Application which needs to calculate the date & time of an event occured in the Network Element.
The network time in seconds represents when that event occured in the network element.