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T-Han

# Formula - Adding num of days to a Date field and calculating the Date, but it has to be a WEEK DAY.

Hi Y'all - who will be asisting me..!

Start Date 1 - Date field, End Date 1 - Formula Field.

Start Date 2 - Date field, End Date 2 - Formula Field.

End Date 2 = {Start Date 1 + (3 days) } - but it should not be a Weekend.

If its a weekend, then it has to be a next weekday.

Eg: If "End Date 2 calculates to be - Saturday", the formula should calculate and the answer should be Monday's Date.

On the whole End Dates should have the dates from M-F.

Assistance on this is highly appreciated.?

Thanks..!

T-Han

Thanks for the link you posted. I got some assistance fr a person there and resolved the issue.

Below is the Code which was used fr my Scenario:

Scenario: Having a Start Date and need to calculate +4 days / which ever needed , from a Start Date. Excluding the Weekends.

Soln:

CASE(MOD(DATEVALUE(Start Date) - DATE(1900, 1, 7) , 7),
0, Start Date+4,
1, Start Date+3,
2, Start Date+3,
3, Start Date+5,
4, Start Date+5,
5, Start Date+5,
6, Start Date+4,
null)

Worked perfectly.!

Thanks fr you assistance on the POST, else I wouldn't have gone so far.

-T

phiberoptik
See if some of the formula in this question will give you enough guidance to figure it out for your formula.

http://boards.developerforce.com/t5/Formulas-Validation-Rules/Formula-without-weekends/m-p/555643/highlight/true#M17281
T-Han

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I am tryin to figure out if it would work, I will post the code if all works well. Else would still be needing assistance. ;)

T-Han

Thanks for the link you posted. I got some assistance fr a person there and resolved the issue.

Below is the Code which was used fr my Scenario:

Scenario: Having a Start Date and need to calculate +4 days / which ever needed , from a Start Date. Excluding the Weekends.

Soln:

CASE(MOD(DATEVALUE(Start Date) - DATE(1900, 1, 7) , 7),
0, Start Date+4,
1, Start Date+3,
2, Start Date+3,
3, Start Date+5,
4, Start Date+5,
5, Start Date+5,
6, Start Date+4,
null)

Worked perfectly.!

Thanks fr you assistance on the POST, else I wouldn't have gone so far.

-T

This was selected as the best answer
phiberoptik
Cheers! Glad you figured it out.
T-Han

Got Kudos? I see something here but not sure what it is..?! Subscribe or something/?

phiberoptik

Ha, thats my profile signature.

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