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Converting date/time to date format

Posted on 2013-07-01
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I have a field which is set to date/time
I want to convert it to date only
what formulae do i use

Gordon
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by:vguzman
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right click on the field, choose 'date and time' field, then select a date format you like
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by:GiaHughes
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Hi
I know about the formating etc
I would like to create a formulae something like:

ToDate ({WO.REQUESTDATE})

The current field {WO.REQUESTDATE} is set to date/time and I want it set to Date

Gordon
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Found it
CDate ({WO.REQUESTDATE})
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by:vguzman
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if your datatime is a formula then use

ToText({MyDate}, "dd-MMM-yyyy") or something similar

if your datetime is a field I suggest you to use other format option
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by:Kurt Reinhardt
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Do you intend to use your formula for display or in the record selection criteria?  If you use it in the record selection criteria then it won't be passed to the database server for processing.  How are you going to use the formula?
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