parameter

  • 25 Jul

    %LRT, RunTime Log parameter Setup

    Starting from version 11.07.25.0 & 10.7.27.0

    One of the new parameters that we’ve added in LimagitoXI is called RunTime Log parameter or  %LRT. At the moment this parameter can be used in the email events.

    Some usage examples. Suppose we have a RunTime Log of 100 lines.

    • %LRT
      • The complete RunTime Log will be added to the email
    • %LRT:1-5:
      • Line 1 to 5 of the RunTime Log will be added to the email
    • %LRT:5-1:
      • Line 5 downto 1 of the RunTime Log will be added to the email
    • %LRT:0-10:
      • Line 100 downto 91 of the RunTime Log will be added to the email
    • %LRT:10-0:
      • Line 91 to 100 of the RunTime Log will be added to the email

    If you have any question about the usage, please let us know.

    Regards,

    Limagito Team

     

     

     

  • 02 Jul

    WeekOfTheYear ‘w’ or ‘ww’ parameter

    We are using a function called WeekOfTheYear for this parameter.

    Information:

    Call WeekOfTheYear to obtain the week of the year. WeekOfTheYear returns a value from 1 through 53.

    AYear returns the year in which the specified week occurs. Note that this may not be the same as the year of AValue. This is because the first week of a year is defined as the first week with four or more days in that year. This means that, if the first calendar day of the year is a Friday, Saturday, or Sunday, then for the first three, two, or one days of the calendar year, WeekOfTheYear returns the last week of the previous year. Similarly, if the last calendar day of the year is a Monday, Tuesday, or Wednesday, then for the last one, two, or three days of the calendar year, WeekOfTheYear returns 1 (the first week of the next calendar year).

    Note: WeekOfTheYear uses the ISO 8601 standard definition of a week. That is, a week is considered to start on a Monday and end on a Sunday.

    By Limagito Parameters ,
  • 27 Jun

    ‘w’ or ‘ww’ DateTime week parameter (v10.6.27.0)

    In version v10.6.27.0 we’ve added a week DateTime parameter. We already support a lot of other parameters.

    DateTime Parameter Options:

    w
    Displays the week without a leading zero (1-53).

    ww
    Displays the minute with a leading zero (01-53).

    c
    Displays the date using the format given by the ShortDateFormat global variable, followed by the time using the format given by the LongTimeFormat global variable. The time is not displayed if the date-time value indicates midnight precisely.

    d
    Displays the day as a number without a leading zero (1-31).

    dd
    Displays the day as a number with a leading zero (01-31).

    ddd
    Displays the day as an abbreviation (Sun-Sat) using the strings given by the ShortDayNames global variable.

    dddd
    Displays the day as a full name (Sunday-Saturday) using the strings given by the LongDayNames global variable.

    ddddd
    Displays the date using the format given by the ShortDateFormat global variable.

    dddddd
    Displays the date using the format given by the LongDateFormat global variable.

    e
    Displays the year in the current period/era as a number without a leading zero (Japanese, Korean, and Taiwanese locales only).

    ee
    Displays the year in the current period/era as a number with a leading zero (Japanese, Korean, and Taiwanese locales only).

    g
    Displays the period/era as an abbreviation (Japanese and Taiwanese locales only).

    gg
    Displays the period/era as a full name (Japanese and Taiwanese locales only).

    m
    Displays the month as a number without a leading zero (1-12). If the m specifier immediately follows an h or hh specifier, the minute rather than the month is displayed.

    mm
    Displays the month as a number with a leading zero (01-12). If the mm specifier immediately follows an h or hh specifier, the minute rather than the month is displayed.

    mmm
    Displays the month as an abbreviation (Jan-Dec) using the strings given by the ShortMonthNames global variable.

    mmmm
    Displays the month as a full name (January-December) using the strings given by the LongMonthNames global variable.

    yy
    Displays the year as a two-digit number (00-99).

    yyyy
    Displays the year as a four-digit number (0000-9999).

    h
    Displays the hour without a leading zero (0-23).

    hh
    Displays the hour with a leading zero (00-23).

    n
    Displays the minute without a leading zero (0-59).

    nn
    Displays the minute with a leading zero (00-59).

    s
    Displays the second without a leading zero (0-59).

    ss
    Displays the second with a leading zero (00-59).

    z
    Displays the millisecond without a leading zero (0-999).

    zzz
    Displays the millisecond with a leading zero (000-999).

    t
    Displays the time using the format given by the ShortTimeFormat global variable.

    tt
    Displays the time using the format given by the LongTimeFormat global variable.

    am/pm
    Uses the 12-hour clock for the preceding h or hh specifier, and displays ‘am’ for any hour before noon, and ‘pm’ for any hour after noon. The am/pm specifier can use lower, upper, or mixed case, and the result is displayed accordingly.

    a/p
    Uses the 12-hour clock for the preceding h or hh specifier, and displays ‘a’ for any hour before noon, and ‘p’ for any hour after noon. The a/p specifier can use lower, upper, or mixed case, and the result is displayed accordingly.

    ampm
    Uses the 12-hour clock for the preceding h or hh specifier, and displays the contents of the TimeAMString global variable for any hour before noon, and the contents of the TimePMString global variable for any hour after noon.

    /
    Displays the date separator character given by the DateSeparator global variable.

    :
    Displays the time separator character given by the TimeSeparator global variable.