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Posted on 2006-06-17
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I have two fields
ScheduledDaysAll - Date/Time, Computed, I'm doing a dblookup here to get multiple Dates from other documents. (e.g. 08/03/2006, 08/04/2006, 08/05/2006)

StartDate - Date/Time, @If(@IsMember(StartDate;@TextToTime(ScheduledDaysAll));@Failure("An existing modules is covering this day !");@Success)

When I select any date in StartDate, I get this message.. 'Incorrect data type for operator or @function: Text expected'

I'm trying to prevent users to select those dates/days which are already exists in ScheduledDaysAll
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Question by:ninteen83
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by:Harisha M G
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Hi, you are passing a date-time value to the functin @TextToTime(), which expects a string to be its parameter

http://www-12.lotus.com/ldd/doc/domino_notes/Rnext/help6_designer.nsf/f4b82fbb75e942a6852566ac0037f284/9ef4e6e6732021f885256c54004c1363?OpenDocument

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Harish
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by:ninteen83
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Hi Harish

I've tried it without texttotime, but I get the same error

@If(@IsMember(StartDate;ScheduledDaysAll);@Failure("An existing modules is covering this day !");@Success)
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Steve Knight earned 100 total points
ID: 16928610
Try @Text(date) around both instead.

Steve
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by:marilyng
marilyng earned 50 total points
ID: 16929829
You're getting the error on the lookup function, it needs to return text for the @Contains or @IsMember to work

Try this:
TextValue:=@If(EnterDate="";"";@Text(enterdate;"D0S0"));
ChkList:=@If(chkdate="";"";@Text(chkdate;"D0S0"));
@If(TextValue=""|ChkList="";@Return("");"");
Result:=@If(@Contains(ChkList;TextValue);"Is Member";"Not a Member");
@If(@IsError(Result);"Error";Result)

The dblookup:
List:=@DbColumn("":"";@DbName;"LookupDates";1);
@If(@IsError(List)|List="";"";@Unique(@Text(List;"D0S0")))
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by:marilyng
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I'm sorry, did we not answer your question correctly?  I created a test environment before I posted?!  Could you tell us why the grade is a B?
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