I am using the following code to get a work days in the future or past.

in.terminateEndDateTime = ivy.cal.getWorkDayIn(in.terminateStartDateTime, in.days);

When I use the API with negative days, the API does not return a date in the past, instead the given (or current) date is returned. Example:

IBusinessCalendar.getWorkDayIn(-10) // returns current date, without any calculation

Have anyone an idea? THX for the help.

asked 07.07.2015 at 15:15

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edited 09.07.2015 at 15:32

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Thanks for reporting.

I have just analysed and fixed the method IBusinessProcess.getWorkDayIn(...). See Issue

#25593: BusinessCalendar.getWorkDayIn(...) with a negative relative-work-day as parameter returns passed date

It works now as exected. The following examples shows its usage:

All days of the week are working days, except the Sunday is a day off.
| FR | SA | SU (day off) | MO | TU |
getWorkDayIn(SA, 0) -> SA
getWorkDayIn(SA, 1) -> MO
getWorkDayIn(SA, -1) -> FR (FIXED: before SA)

getWorkDayIn(SU, 0) -> MO
getWorkDayIn(SU, 1) -> TU (FIXED: before MO)
getWorkDayIn(SU, -1) -> SA (FIXED: before SU)

getWorkDayIn(MO, 0) -> MO
getWorkDayIn(MO, 1) -> DI
getWorkDayIn(MO, -1) -> SA (FIXED: before MO)

The fix will be included in the next Hotfix (5.1.6) by the end of next week. Available on our download page .


answered 09.07.2015 at 15:26

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