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if i_csks-bkzkd = 'x'. then ztab-cldate should assign to end date on report.o.w. only end date should reflect on final report.

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  • Posted on Jul 24, 2008 at 03:37 AM

    hi,

    use the FM FIMA_END_OF_MONTH_DETERMINE to get the last day of the month.

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    Peter

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    Posted on Jul 24, 2008 at 03:57 AM

    hi

    RP_CALC_DATE_IN_INTERVAL : Add days / months to a date

    v DAY_ATTRIBUTES_GET : Returns attributes for a range of dates specified

    v MONTHS_BETWEEN_TWO_DATES : To get the number of months between the two dates.

    v END_OF_MONTH_DETERMINE_2 : Determines the End of a Month.

    v HR_HK_DIFF_BT_2_DATES : Find the difference between two dates in years, months and days.

    v FIMA_DAYS_AND_MONTHS_AND_YEARS : Find the difference between two dates in years, months and days.

    v MONTH_NAMES_GET : Get the names of the month

    v WEEK_GET_FIRST_DAY : Get the first day of the week.

    CONVERSION_EXIT_PDATE_INPUT Conversion Exit for Domain GBDAT: DD/MM/YYYY -> YYYYMMDD

    v CONVERSION_EXIT_IDATE_INPUT External date INPUT conversion exit (e.g. 01JAN1994)

    v CONVERSION_EXIT_SDATE_INPUT External date (e.g. 01.JAN.1994) INPUT conversion exit

    v CONVERT_DATE_INPUT Conversion of a date from external to internal format

    v CONVERSION_EXIT_PDATE_OUTPUT Conversion Exit for Domain GBDAT: YYYYMMDD -> DD/MM/YYYY

    v CONVERSION_EXIT_IDATE_OUTPUT External date OUTPUT conversion exit (e.g. 01JAN1994)

    v CONVERSION_EXIT_LDATE_OUTPUT Internal date OUTPUT conversion exit (e.g. YYYYMMDD)

    v CONVERSION_EXIT_SDATE_OUTPUT Internal date OUTPUT conversion exit (e.g. YYYYMMDD)

    v CALCULATE_DATE : Calculates the future date based on the input .

    v DATE_TO_DAY : Returns the Day for the entered date.

    v DATE_COMPUTE_DAY : Returns weekday for a date

    v DATE_GET_WEEK : Returns week for a date

    might help u

    Amit

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    Posted on Jul 24, 2008 at 03:58 AM

    hi

    RP_CALC_DATE_IN_INTERVAL : Add days / months to a date

    v DAY_ATTRIBUTES_GET : Returns attributes for a range of dates specified

    v MONTHS_BETWEEN_TWO_DATES : To get the number of months between the two dates.

    v END_OF_MONTH_DETERMINE_2 : Determines the End of a Month.

    v HR_HK_DIFF_BT_2_DATES : Find the difference between two dates in years, months and days.

    v FIMA_DAYS_AND_MONTHS_AND_YEARS : Find the difference between two dates in years, months and days.

    v MONTH_NAMES_GET : Get the names of the month

    v WEEK_GET_FIRST_DAY : Get the first day of the week.

    CONVERSION_EXIT_PDATE_INPUT Conversion Exit for Domain GBDAT: DD/MM/YYYY -> YYYYMMDD

    v CONVERSION_EXIT_IDATE_INPUT External date INPUT conversion exit (e.g. 01JAN1994)

    v CONVERSION_EXIT_SDATE_INPUT External date (e.g. 01.JAN.1994) INPUT conversion exit

    v CONVERT_DATE_INPUT Conversion of a date from external to internal format

    v CONVERSION_EXIT_PDATE_OUTPUT Conversion Exit for Domain GBDAT: YYYYMMDD -> DD/MM/YYYY

    v CONVERSION_EXIT_IDATE_OUTPUT External date OUTPUT conversion exit (e.g. 01JAN1994)

    v CONVERSION_EXIT_LDATE_OUTPUT Internal date OUTPUT conversion exit (e.g. YYYYMMDD)

    v CONVERSION_EXIT_SDATE_OUTPUT Internal date OUTPUT conversion exit (e.g. YYYYMMDD)

    v CALCULATE_DATE : Calculates the future date based on the input .

    v DATE_TO_DAY : Returns the Day for the entered date.

    v DATE_COMPUTE_DAY : Returns weekday for a date

    v DATE_GET_WEEK : Returns week for a date

    might help u

    Amit

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