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Financial Month

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Kartik M Kumar
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Please provide details :-)
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Am I missing something, or is the UDF code missing from the post?
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Yes, the UDF code missing from the post, please update ...
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Hi All,

I donno how the UDF code was missed while publishing, I update the code as a new article, however I'm providing the same here also..


if exists (select * from dbo.sysobjects where id = object_id(N'[dbo].[Fn_FinMonth]') and xtype in (N'FN', N'IF', N'TF'))
drop function [dbo].[Fn_FinMonth]
go
Create Function dbo.Fn_FinMonth(@MonthCode varchar(2))
Returns Varchar(2)
As
/*------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
** SQLVersion : SQL 2000
** Function : Fn_FinMonth
** Author : Kartik M
** DateTime : 29 January 2011 22:30
** Version : 1.2
** Purpose : To get the financial month from the respective calander month
** ToCheck :
** Changes : KM - 06 Feburary 2011 - Change the return type form Numeric to Varchar and add Leading Zeros to avoid problem while sorting
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
/*
-- Start of Debugging Stuff
Declare @MonthCode varchar(2)
Set @MonthCode = '02' -- Pass the Month Number as Input
-- End of Debugging Stuff
*/
Begin
Declare @FinMonthC Varchar(2)
Declare @IMonthCode int

Set @IMonthCode = cast(@MonthCode as int)
if @ImonthCode between 4 and 12
Begin
Set @FinMonthC = @IMonthCode-3
Set @FinMonthC = Replicate('0', 2-len(@FinMonthC))+@FinMonthC
End

Else if @ImonthCode between 1 and 3
Begin
Set @FinMonthC = @IMonthCode+9
Set @FinMonthC = Replicate('0', 2-len(@FinMonthC))+@FinMonthC
End

Return @FinMonthC
End
--Select dbo.Fn_FinMonth ('05')
go



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Please refer above code...

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Following is simple query for the same.

DECLARE @Cal_Month AS INT
SET @Cal_Month = 1
SELECT @Cal_Month Cal_Month,ISNULL(NULLIF((@Cal_Month+9)%12,0),12) Fin_Month

SET @Cal_Month = 3
SELECT @Cal_Month Cal_Month,ISNULL(NULLIF((@Cal_Month+9)%12,0),12) Fin_Month

SET @Cal_Month = 4
SELECT @Cal_Month Cal_Month,ISNULL(NULLIF((@Cal_Month+9)%12,0),12) Fin_Month

SET @Cal_Month = 12
SELECT @Cal_Month Cal_Month,ISNULL(NULLIF((@Cal_Month+9)%12,0),12) Fin_Month

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Thanks for posting this, I was just about to write something similar when I came across your post.

There is one small thing that I wanted to mention: In the United States, companies have the option of selecting their own fiscal year. For example, my companies fiscal year is October 1st to September 30th of the following year.

The only proviso is that a company may not change their fiscal year without informing the regulatory authorities (IRS, SEC, etc).

So, I'm going to adapt your code to my companies fiscal year and call it good. Thanks!
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DECLARE @Varmonth CHAR(2)
SELECT @Varmonth = 04

select @Varmonth =datediff(mm,'1899/04/01',DATEADD(mm,CAST(@Varmonth AS INT) ,0))%12 +CASE WHEN CAST(@Varmonth AS INT) = 3 THEN 12 ELSE 0 END

select @Varmonth = REPLICATE('0',2-LEN(@Varmonth))+@Varmonth

select @Varmonth







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Thanks for the script.
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