Updating date field
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This is a community of tens of thousands of software programmers and website developers including Wrox book authors and readers. By joining today you can post your own programming questions, respond to other developers questions, and eliminate the ads that are displayed to guests. Hi everyone, I actually have two questions I need to ask and I'll break it up so it's easier to answer.
A Julian date refers to a date format that is a combination of the current year and the number of days since the beginning of the year.
For example, January 1, 2007, is represented as 2007001 and December 31, 2007, is represented as 2007365. To convert a date to a Julian date, use the TEXT and DATEVALUE functions.
Microsoft Share Point Foundation formulas for calculated fields are based on Microsoft Excel functions and syntax.
So I needed to return and edit a second time just to update the silly date.For example, the Excel function MID is not supported.All example formulas in this topic use commas "," as the parameter delimiter character.I need to create a query which will take the date in the "First_Session_Used" and increase that date by one year, but also change it so that it is the first date in that month.So, if the date in "First_Session_Used" is 6/7/06, the date would need to be 6/1/07 in "Scheduled_Review_Date".My problem is when I UPDATE the row it doesn't change unless I update the field manually like this: UPDATE person SET email='[email protected]',updated='now()' WHEREperson_id=614486; Is there an automatic way?I tried doing it with a rule, which returned ERROR: query rewritten 10 times, may contain cycles I tried a CONSTRAINT and TRIGGER without any luck either. This is not an official translation and may contain errors and inaccurate translations.Autodesk does not warrant, either expressly or implied, the accuracy, reliability or completeness of the information translated by the machine translation service and will not be liable for damages or losses caused by the trust placed in the translation service.Regardless of which character is used when the field is created, the formula works on lists in Share Point websites anywhere in the world.Share Point automatically changes the delimiter character to the one that is appropriate for the language/culture of the current page.