DateTime conversion Service Connect


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That can be done, as Karen stated, you use the standard functoids to calculate the values, but you’ll have to do it in a manual fashion. There is no magical date funcoids that will roll that out for you. It is a royal pain..


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Subject: [Vantage] DateTime conversion Service Connect


I just picked up service connect a few days ago and am having some troubles.

I made a time entry workflow and a requirement for one of the tables is WeekEndDate and WeekBeginDate. I have a clockindate field that is being used already and i'm wondering if there is some way to use the functoids to figure out the start and end of the week. Or if anyone knows a way completely around this. I was thinking it was a field that would auto-populate from the BO but it keeps asking me for info when I run the workflow.



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I just picked up service connect a few days ago and am having some troubles.

I made a time entry workflow and a requirement for one of the tables is WeekEndDate and WeekBeginDate.  I have a clockindate field that is being used already and i'm wondering if there is some way to use the functoids to figure out the start and end of the week.  Or if anyone knows a way completely around this.  I was thinking it was a field that would auto-populate from the BO but it keeps asking me for info when I run the workflow.

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Use the help in Workflow designer – search for functoids – it tells you what each does and usually has examples too.

 

From: vantage@yahoogroups.com [mailto:vantage@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of don.n.doan@…
Sent: Wednesday, October 23, 2013 3:07 PM
To: vantage@yahoogroups.com
Subject: [Vantage] DateTime conversion Service Connect

 

 

I just picked up service connect a few days ago and am having some troubles.

 

I made a time entry workflow and a requirement for one of the tables is WeekEndDate and WeekBeginDate.  I have a clockindate field that is being used already and i’m wondering if there is some way to use the functoids to figure out the start and end of the week.  Or if anyone knows a way completely around this.  I was thinking it was a field that would auto-populate from the BO but it keeps asking me for info when I run the workflow.