Q_21884363.html - furhter clarification
Posted on 2006-06-14
End of question in link above, there is a selection view formula.
It works fine in the sense that it grabs the first value in DueDate(listoftestfield) on my form.
listoftestdate(my form field) has multi dates and time in it
When I compare this using the last selection formula listed in the above link, then create a column for with @explode(listoftestdate) and flag the column to show multiple values as separate entries, then I get only the first entry in the (listoftestdate) displayed in view.
In that array(field) there is other dates which will match the selection criteria(between 1 and 30 days) but I am not able with this date comparison to display them as entries in the view.
I hope that I didn't confuse everyone with this, but I think that I need some sort modification to how I am comparing the @today to duedate(listofdate) field on my form.
I do know that @today is date value, but i also know that listofdate field is date range (date time) value
Ur help is much appreciated.