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Generic Inquiry date output & formating

  • 16 June 2022
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I need the date output in a GI to be yyyy/mm/dd for a third party integration but we use mm/dd/yyyy as a default. How can I flip this around?

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Best answer by Naveen Boga 16 June 2022, 20:56

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Hi @ebaker  We can do with the below formula. 

=Concat( CStr(Year([SOOrder.OrderDate])) , Cstr('/') ,  CStr(Month( [SOOrder.OrderDate])) , Cstr('/') ,  CStr(Day([SOOrder.OrderDate])))

 

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Hi @ebaker  You can also try with the below formula, which can add the 0 before the DATE and MONTH if the value is less than 10

 

Concat( CStr(Year([SOOrder.OrderDate])) , Cstr('/') , 
IIf(Month([SOOrder.OrderDate]) < 10, '0'+CStr(Month([SOOrder.OrderDate])), CStr(Month([SOOrder.OrderDate]))) , Cstr('/') ,  
 IIf(Day([SOOrder.OrderDate]) < 10, '0'+CStr(Day([SOOrder.OrderDate])), CStr(Day([SOOrder.OrderDate]))))

 

 

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