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"Included" Date Ranges?

"Included" Date Ranges?

"Included" Date Ranges?

I'd posted this in April and still wonder if it's possible so I thought I'd re-post it and see if anyone has any new information and/or whether it's anything that can be done in ReportSmith.  As always:  ThanX to all !

"We recently went to ADP Enterprise, Reportsmith 4.0 - SQL:

I need tips on how to extract date ranges.  My example is a Medical Benefit effective 1/13/05 through 5/31/06.  Using the effective dating options of this ReportSmith, I haven't been able to grab this person if I just want to know who had the benefit for a specific date range within that period, such as 8/1/05 through 8/31/05.  I want a field or formula that captures them if they are "included" in my selected date range.  Any ideas?

I appreciate any input."

RE: "Included" Date Ranges?

So you want to include a record with an effective date between x and y.  This would not need to be the current effective dated record?

Could you turn off effective dating for this table and have a starting and ending date report variables.  See http://charlescook.com/PPS/IntroductionToReportSmithAndEffectiveDatedTables.pps for info on how to do this for one table.

Would this do the trick?

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