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Is the data in 'smart date' format in your master file definition? If so, then you just define the two dates you want for the range and do the selection on the date and select based on the two dates. An example
One issue on the use of defined fields in selection though is unless you limit the 'answer set' with other criteria, your whole file will come back then the dates. I'm sure the dialog manager gurus have another method as well.
Posts: 1317 | Location: Council Bluffs, IA | Registered: May 24, 2004
IMO, it would be a good addition to the manual to show how to use any of the date functions in Dialogue Manager. I always use AYMD if I'm just wanting to add or subtract days from a date, however, one has to use DATEADD with DATECVT to add Business Days or Week Days to an & variable that is a date in DM.
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