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[tAT], [tAt], and [Tat] German Working days in Month

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There are 3 types of daily tokens which can be used to display the number of working days (Arbeitstage) in Germany in a given month.

 

[tAT]

18 à 23

Number of working days (Monday to Friday) in the current month, minus the number of national German public holidays in that same month.

[tAt]

18 à 23

Same as above, minus the number of regional public holidays observed by at least one German state (Land) in that same month.

 

The variant token [tAt0] is the same as the token [tAt] with the difference that it is blank if its value is the same as for the token [tAT] (ie. there are no regional holidays in the current month).

[tat]

18 à 23

Same as above minus the occurrence of the Peace Day (Friedensfest) municipal public holiday in Augsburg.

 

The variant token [tat0] is the same as the token [tat] with the difference that it is blank if its value is the same as for the token [tAt] (ie. there is no occurrence of the Peace Day (Friedensfest) Augsburg municipal public holiday in the current month).

 

These tokens use 2 holidays sets (national and regional) IDs and 2 individual holidays (that of the recurrence rule for the Friedensfest municipal public holiday in Augsburg, and, much more rarely, that of the Allerheiligen, All Saints' Day regional public holiday of Germany) to be converted.

 

These set IDs and holiday ID are specified in the file

 

 Q:\Q++ServerXV4\UserFiles\Q++Data.ini

 

in the International section of the ini file, and using the keys below:

 

 

Do not forget to include the [International] section header in the ini file.

If you want to use Friedensfest but not Allerheiligen in your calculations of the token [tat], as will often be the case, then simply set the value of AT_Allerhligen in the ini file to 0.

IMPORTANT: after making any changes to the ini file above, you will need to close and start Q++Studio again, as this ini file is only read once, when Q++Studio starts.

 

By default, these tokens count the number of working days in the month of the token. But, it is also possible to count working days over a different range of dates, using duration suffixes. For example, the token [1tAT:y+00] would count the number of working days for the entire year of the token's date.