Dates (repeating)

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Property of the ScriptLine : Inserts.

 

Use this property to set repeating dates on which an insertion occurs. By "repeating" we mean dates that come back every year such as "January 10th" or "March 31st". This is similar in spirit to the Fixed Date Holidays.

 

If you wish for an insertion to occur only for a given year, use the Specific Dates property instead.

 

If you wish to set more complicated rules for your insertions (such as "third Monday in May") then use the Variable Dates property instead.

 

Note that if you select February 28th, Q++ will interpret that choice using the property Rule for Feb. 28 to determine whether you meant to insert on every occurrence of February 28, or only if the 28th is the last day of February (ie. on non-leap years).


Topic 054000 updated on 02-May-2016.
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