DATE2DWY Function (Date)
Gets the day of the week, week number, or year of a Date Data Type.
Number := DATE2DWY(Date, What)
The input date.
Specifies what the function returns. The valid options are 1, 2, and 3.
The value 1 corresponds to day of the week (1-7, Monday = 1).
The value 2 corresponds to week number (1-53).
The value 3 corresponds to year.
Property Value/Return Value
The resulting day of the week, week number, or year.
If the input date to the DATE2DWY function is in a week which spans two years, then the DATE2DWY function computes the output year as the year that has more days of the given week. For example, if the input date is 010114, then the date is in a week that starts on Monday, December 29, 2013, and ends Sunday, January 4, 2014. This week has three days in 2013 and four days in 2014. Therefore, the output year is 2014.
This example shows a special case that occurs when you use the DATE2DWY function in a week which spans two years. This code example requires that you create the following variables and text constants in the C/AL Globals window.
|Text constant name||ENU value|
|Text000||The date %1 corresponds to:\|
|Text001||The day of the week: %2\|
|Text002||The week number: %3\|
|Text003||The year: %4|
InputDate := 010114D; DayOfWeek := DATE2DWY(InputDate, 1); WeekNumber := DATE2DWY(InputDate, 2); Year := DATE2DWY(InputDate, 3); MESSAGE(Text000 + Text001 + Text002 + Text003, InputDate, DayOfWeek, WeekNumber, Year);
The message window displays the following:
The date 01/01/14 corresponds to:
The day of the week: 4
The week number: 1
The year: 2014
This example shows that the date 01/01/14 is regarded as day number 4 (Thursday) in week number 1 in the year 2014.