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Full month names like January.



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What is in the field Calendar.Date?

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The date must be referenced from the calender table that has date,week,Month name, month number, and quarter.

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Dharmesh,

So if the Calendar.Date = 01/01/2005 then
Calendar.week = 1
calendar.month name = January
calendar.month number = 1
calendar.quarter = 1

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yea except I ment to say the week is the one that have monthly week and yearly week. For Month its only month name.

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Don't care about weeks , is the month number = 1 if the month name = January?

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Dharmesh,
You still there?

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Yea I was out for luch. Sorry.

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Ok,
is the month number = 1 if the month name = january?

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I don't have Month set up as number, its only month name.

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