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How can I modify the below code to include weekends as business days.  We are moving to a 24/7 operation:

Sub CalculateBusinessDays
     Dim session As New NotesSession    
     Dim workspace As New NotesUIWorkspace
     Dim doc As NotesDocument
     Dim uidoc As NotesUIDocument
     Dim startdate As NotesDateTime
     Dim enddate As NotesDateTime
     Dim startitem As NotesItem
     Dim enditem As NotesItem
     Dim counter As Integer
     Dim flag As Integer
     Dim days As Integer
     Dim hookdoc As NotesDocument
     Dim hookview As NotesView
     Dim db As NotesDatabase
     Dim duration() As String
     
     Set db = session.CurrentDatabase
     Set uidoc = workspace.CurrentDocument
     Set doc = uidoc.Document
     If workspace.DialogBox("BDChange", True, True, False, False, False, False, "Please Select the Beginning and Ending Dates.") Then
          doc.Counter = 2
         
          'if either field is empty don't do calculations and blank out days field.
          If doc.StartDate(0) = "" Or doc.EndDate(0) = "" Then
               doc.TotalDays = ""
               End
          End If
          Set startitem = doc.GetFirstItem("StartDate")
          Set startdate = startitem.DateTimeValue
          Set enditem = doc.GetFirstItem("EndDate")
          Set enddate = enditem.DateTimeValue
          counter = 0
         
          'Make sure that the start date is before the end date
          If startdate.TimeDifference(enddate) > 0 Then
               Messagebox "The Start Date cannot come after the End Date.", 16, "Incorrect Dates"
               Call uidoc.GoToField("StartDate")
               End
          End If
         
          'Get the list of Holidays
          Set hookview = db.GetView("Holidays")
          Set hookdoc = hookview.GetDocumentByKey("Holidays",True)
         
         
          Do While startdate.TimeDifference(enddate) <= 0   'Once we check the end date we're done!!
               flag = 0
               days = Weekday(startdate.LSLocalTime)
               If days <> 1 And days <> 7 Then
                    'check for holidays
                    Forall holiday In hookdoc.AllHolidays
                         If Cdat(holiday) = startdate.LSLocalTime Then flag=1
                    End Forall
                   
                    If flag =0 Then
                         Redim Preserve duration(0 To counter)
                         duration(counter) = startdate.LSLocalTime
                         counter = counter +1
                    End If
               End If
               Call startdate.AdjustDay(1)
          Loop
          doc.TotalDays = counter
          doc.Duration = duration
          Call uidoc.Refresh
     End If
End Sub
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HemanthaKumar earned 70 total points
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In your code

If days <> 1 And days <> 7 Then


is the only statement which prevents to count sat and sun days. Remove that if and you should be all set.

~Hemanth
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by:HemanthaKumar
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No wonder I had this feeling that I answered similar kind of question :-)
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by:zvonko
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:-)

Then you both are on good track :-)

Why not play it one more time? Hello Alzheimer :-)

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