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Date is within the current week in Crystal Reports

Posted on 2016-11-29
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Hi Experts

I have what I thought was going to be very simple but I can't seem to get any of my solutions to work.  I have a modified date as one field and I want to make sure that the query only records modified within the current week. (begins on a Monday).  Any help would be very appreciated.  

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Can the date be in the future?

Try this

{DateField} > Maximum(LastFullWeek)

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This worked perfectly.  Thank you so much once again for your help.  So much appreciated as always.

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