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I have a few date fields and two of the are "AssignToAnalyst" and "ResponseDate".
My calculated column called "days" calculates as "=[ResponseDate]-[AssignToAnalyst]".

In my list, the days are not calculating with the correct numbers.

I need to show  all log records over 30 days in the fiscal year. (Once a year at the end of the fiscal year)

I also need to show a weekly log report of records over 30 days.

Any help would be appreciated.  Below is my list.

Though this is SharePoint 2010, the actual list I am to apply this to is SharePoint 2007.  Just testing in 2010.

http://isaac.issharepoint.com/Lists/Log/Log%20View.aspx
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your site is password protected, however...
Try: DATEDIF(responsedate,assigntoanalyst,"d")
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by:Isaac
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Try now.
That worked!

Is there a way to capture all items over 30 days in the fiscal year?
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by:QPR
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sounds like a job for a "view" where date between X and Y AND "days" > 30.
But that's a separate question :)
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