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convert date to Julian date in CR 9.0

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How can I convert a date to the Julian date in CR9.0?  I do not see a CR function for this.

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Question by:ALANC30
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check this link out. It will solve you problem

http://support.businessobjects.com/library/kbase/articles/c2009191.asp

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Emre
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Emre's link is a good one.  One format of julian date that isn't covered there though.  If you want:

2004128 (Year / Day Number) then use this formula:

DatePart('yyyy',{table.datefield}) * 1000 + DatePart('y',{table.datefield})

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glad to help

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