Publié Thu, 21 Jan 2021 13:03:22 GMT par Daniel Walker-Cheetham Reigate Grammar School Senior Finance Assistant
I am creating a absence request form and have 'from' and 'to' date fields on the form. I have managed to calculate the number of days being requested but it doesn't take weekends into consideration.

How do I calculate the number of days but exclude any dates which are weekends / public holidays?

Thank you in advance!
Publié Thu, 28 Jan 2021 13:03:23 GMT par Matthias Wieland DocuWare Europe GmbH Sr. Director Support EMEA
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Publié Fri, 29 Jan 2021 06:59:29 GMT par Fabian Kall - left 01.22
There might be a clever VBA Function You can use in an arithmetic expression in Workflows.

A simple, purely imperative solution could be:

Create a loop in a workflow, where you iterate from your "from"-Date to your "to"-Date in DateInterval.Day intervals with the DateAdd Function.
In every iteration check, if your current date is a Workday with the Weekday-Function. Increment a counter variable if it a weekday, otherwise don't.

Beware that there is a safeguard in workflows, that prevents exceeding the number of executions of a workflow activity within a certain amount of time (I believe the threshold is 50?). You shoud find KBA-posts on that. If you have to deal with large numbers of loop iterations, have the workflow wait after a certain number of loops.
Publié Wed, 01 Mar 2023 13:43:25 GMT par Adam Lawrence
Was anyone able to get this to work?

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