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4-4-5 Calendar Functions, Part 1


4-4-5 Calendar Functions, Part 1

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There sure are a lot of variations on this idea. The accountants are even trickery than I thought. Smile



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Cliff:

I don't know if it was mentioned earlier, but many retail related businesses use a 4-5-4 calendar determined by the National Retail Federation (http://www.nrf.com/modules.php?name=pages&sp_id=391). Hence the division into 4-5-4 or 4-4-5 is not arbitrary. There are many anomalies that occur over the years and how they are handled is determined by this group. Hence the only easy way to handle it is by a look-up table for organizations using the NRF calendar.

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Gagne - I know this post is old but I came across it looking for a 4-4-5 fiscal calendar generator with exactly the criteria you have (Jan1-Dec31 fiscal year, periods end on Friday, etc.) but unfortunately we are still stuck with SQL 2000. Do you have a version of this code that works with SQL 2000?

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Hi Maddog.

I no longer have access to a SQL 2000 server to test but what's not working in my scrupt ? I reviewed it quickly and I think everything should work besides the table variables but that can replaced wiith temp tables.

Can you run the code and show us what errors you get ?
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Thanks for responding, and so quickly!

The 'dense_rank()' and 'over(partition by' bits in the stored procedure are not functions in SQL 2000, and I don't have use of Analysis Services either unfortunately.

Thanks,


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Yes of course, I forgot they were not SQL 2000 functions. I'm gonna check on my machine tomorrow, maybe I still have the 2000 code for this.
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Computers have made most date calculations a breeze. I'm amazed that companies and organizations are still stuck with the idea of week-based calculations that require such nuances as ISO weeks, 4-4-5 and 4-5-4 calculations.

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Sounds great, thanks :-)


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