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Holiday tables and vectoring

Holiday tables and vectoring

Holiday tables and vectoring

Anybody know of problems with the Holiday table on rel9.2?
If you just put the Date in and no times it works fine but if you enter times the In/Not In argument sometimes works in reverse, IE it thinks its a holiday when it isn't etc...


RE: Holiday tables and vectoring

I have had no problem with dates including times on 9.5
It did take some time however to figure out the best way to write the vector. I currently use the 'not-in' statement. Keep in  mind that if you write the time as f.ex. 10:00, it will be a holiday until 10:01....

RE: Holiday tables and vectoring

we only have 9.2 in our test labs and the switch with the problem is running 9.2. as I said the when I put some times in it completely igonors the table even though they are valid ie 1700 friday to 0900 monday. but other times work OK. I'm trying to get a free upgrade out of AVAYA to 9.5 or 10 which would prove it I spose...

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