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mogunase1
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Relative Date Filter

 

Hi,

 

PFB image, What is the difference between Weeks and Weeks(calendar) and Month and Month ( calendar)in relative date filter?

 

Thanks,

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amitchandak
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@mogunase1 , I think 1 is rolling from the date you are selecting. Another one is calendar week (last week Say Sun-Sat - 9 to 15 May ) ,

rolling can last 7 days (week -11-17 May)



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gdarakji
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@amitchandak is correct. "Month (Calendar)" calculates one month from day 1 until the last day of that month. "Month" calculates a relative month starting from today and going back ~30 days.

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gdarakji
Resolver III
Resolver III

@amitchandak is correct. "Month (Calendar)" calculates one month from day 1 until the last day of that month. "Month" calculates a relative month starting from today and going back ~30 days.

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amitchandak
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@mogunase1 , I think 1 is rolling from the date you are selecting. Another one is calendar week (last week Say Sun-Sat - 9 to 15 May ) ,

rolling can last 7 days (week -11-17 May)



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