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CMS-XML cDate in appscripts no longer accepts German date strings as input
cDate in appscripts no longer accepts German date strings as input
CMS-XML Setting Dates In MashupScript
Call Shell.Item.SetFieldValue("DATEANDTIME", CDate ("03/15/2008 12:53:00 PM"))
CMS-XML Modscript: How to subtract two dates
// ignore this part, you'll probably be setting the vars using GetFieldValue or something. var v1 = CDate ("1/29/1978 12:00:00 AM"); var v2 = CDate("1/30/1978 1:00:00 AM");
CMS-XML Ext.DateToDbLong & Ext.DbLongToDate results changed since patch 66018
dim returnDate, checkDate, dGMT, errorMessage dGMT = CDate ("01/01/1970 12:00 AM") returnDate = DateAdd("s", ttDate, dGMT)
CMS-XML Can't use now() function in AppScript unless in the English locale since upgrading to SBM 11
Dim CurrKPIDate CurrKPIDate= CDate (now) Call Ext.LogErrorMsg("Keyword now: " & now)
CMS-XML LISTV of EMC 3390 device TYPE is incorrect - 3390??
FDM 3.4 (LISTV) Display ALLOC UNUSED PCT EX DSO RFM LRECL BLKSZ CDATE REFDT VOLUME DSNAME 300 100 1 VS U 0 4096 09287 09287 CAT001 CATALOG.MASTER.ZO
CMS-XML Using AppScript and DateAdd function to increment date by month can result in error: "Numeric overflow -- ERR #2 Line X"
Dim newDay, newMonth, newYear startDate = cdate (left(startDate,10)) ' This avoids an issue where date gets converted with local timezone so could be a day behind without this orgDay=Day(startDate)
CMS-XML Working with Date fields in AppScript
myNewDate = CDate (Left(myDate, InStr(myDate, "T") - 1))
PDF StarTool FDM Quick Reference
Findsastringincurrenttableentries. Syntax:F‘anystring’ [ASIS] [FIRST|LAST|PREV] [PREFIX|SUFFIX|WORD] [ANY|DSNAME|VOLUME|DO|RECFM| CDATE | RDATE] Findsastringindatasetmembers(PDSonly).
PDF FDM_QR.book
EXPRESS EXPR Executeallenteredlinecommandswithoutpauses betweenindividualcommands. F‘anystring’[ASIS][FIRST|LAST|PREV] [PREFIX|SUFFIX|WORD] [ANY|DSNAME|VOLUME|DO|RECFM| CDATE |RDATE] FF Findastringincurrenttableentries.Syntax:
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