Date/Date Range - BCPro - LIT-12011905 - Server - BCPro Data Server - 4.0

BCPro Data Server

Brand
BCPro
Product name
BCPro Data Server
Document type
User Guide
Document number
LIT-12011905
Version
4.0
Revision date
2020-03-27
Language
English

You can use a single date or a range of dates when defining exceptions to weekly schedule. The following table describes the options available for defining a single date (January 1, 2013, for example) or range of dates (November 26, 2013 through November 27, 2013, for example) calendar or exception schedule entry.

Table 1. Date/Date Range Format

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Options

Month

any, January through December, Odd (odd numbered months, 1 is January, 3 is March, and so on), Even (even numbered months, 2 is February, 4 is April, and so on)

Day

any, 1 through 31, Last (the last day of the month)

Year

any, 2006–2048

Day of Week

any, Monday through Sunday

Tip: If you specify a single date (that is, you define the day, month, and year), set the Day of Week to match the day of the week for the specified date. For example, November 28, 2013, is a Thursday, so you need to specify Thursday. If you specify Wednesday, the schedule is considered improperly configured. See Data Consistency Checking.
Note: For exception schedule entries, you also need to define the Precedence at which the schedule executes the exception schedule.