Peter Rosenberg commented on Nov 20, 2014

Re: Working with Date/Time Values in Lotus Notes

The Reference URL gives 404 Command Exception.

I believe it should point to OpenNTF, like this:

http://www.openntf.org/Projects/codebin/codebin.nsf/CodeBySubType/E1FC9779687133CB8625722D00277503

charles a Ross commented on Jun 11, 2013

Re: Working with Date/Time Values in Lotus Notes

Please update for Xpages - Java and Javascript issues are needing attention.

Robert F Harwood commented on Jan 13, 2012

Re: Working with Date/Time Values in Lotus Notes

checked

sundaram SM commented on Jan 20, 2011

Re: Working with Date/Time Values in Lotus Notes

Hi

User wants to view date in their own time zone irrespective of the datezone of the value in the document. How to implement this?

Thanks in Advance.

Sundar

Mitch Courtright commented on Jul 28, 2009

Business Days

Handy though being new to Notes formula language, what is meant by _base and _guess?

Karsten HW Lehmann commented on May 4, 2009

Thanks, next question :-)

DateNumber and TimeNumber return datatype 7 variants. What is a safe way to convert them to NotesDateTime?

NotesDateTime really should have some setter methods for the date parts (setMonth / setYear etc.) like Calendar has in Java.

Andrew M Brew commented on May 3, 2009

DateNumber

DateNumber(yyyy, mm, dd) gives you what you want. A date string like "mm/dd/yyyy" is ambiguous, so avoid such constructs for all the reasons Andre gives above.

Karsten HW Lehmann commented on May 3, 2009

Equivalant to @Date(YYYY;MM;DD) in Lotusscript

I would like to know if there a "good" equivalant to @Date(YYY;MM;DD) in Lotusscript, as there is code in formula language and Java. Is the string argument of the constructor

New NotesDateTime("...")

language dependent or can I rely on a date format like "MM/DD/YYYY" being recognized in all locales in that constructor?

Karsten HW Lehmann commented on May 3, 2009

Equivalent to