2022 June Release

Properties of COOSYSTEM@1.1:AttributeDateTimeDef Permanent link for this heading

Type

Property

Name

boolean

attrcheckworkday

Check for Working Day

boolean

attrdateonly

Use Date Only

boolean

attrdateraw

Disable Conversion

integer

attrdeftime

Default Time

date

attrinitdateval

Initialization Value

boolean

attrinittoday

Initialize With Current Date


Check for Working Day (COOSYSTEM@1.1:attrcheckworkday) Permanent link for this heading

boolean COOSYSTEM@1.1:attrcheckworkday readonly(inst)

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Use Date Only (COOSYSTEM@1.1:attrdateonly) Permanent link for this heading

Defines whether date and time or only the date is used. If the value is true, only the date is used. The initial value is false.

boolean COOSYSTEM@1.1:attrdateonly not null readonly(inst)

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Disable Conversion (COOSYSTEM@1.1:attrdateraw) Permanent link for this heading

Defines whether the value of the date and time property is left in the UTC format or converted to the local time. If the value is true, the value of the date and time property is displayed in the UTC format. If the value is false, the property value is converted to the local time each time the property is accessed with the kernel interface. The initial value is false. Please note that the conversion to UTC time is based on the current difference between local time and UTC time at the time of conversion. This difference is increased by one hour or whatever specified in a certain locale during daylight saving time (DST). Therefore, if a date/time value is entered during DST, it is considered to be in DST, even if the date itself would be within standard time (and vice versa.) For instance, if the date/time value "3 Jan. 2002 10:00" is entered in July (DST), it is saved as a DST time value, although 3 Jan. is within standard time. If you retrieve the same date/time value during standard time, it will be displayed as "3 Jan. 2002 9:00". If this behaviour is not what you intend, do not use UTC conversion. For Date/Time properties that have "Use Date Only" (attrdateonly) set to true, do not use UTC conversion.

boolean COOSYSTEM@1.1:attrdateraw not null readonly(inst)

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Default Time (COOSYSTEM@1.1:attrdeftime) Permanent link for this heading

unsigned integer COOSYSTEM@1.1:attrdeftime readonly(inst)

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Initialization Value (COOSYSTEM@1.1:attrinitdateval) Permanent link for this heading

Defines the initial value of the date time property of the compound type.

date COOSYSTEM@1.1:attrinitdateval local readonly(inst)

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Initialize With Current Date (COOSYSTEM@1.1:attrinittoday) Permanent link for this heading

Stores information whether or not the date/time member should be initialized with the current date. If the value is true, the current date is used to initialize the date/time member.

boolean COOSYSTEM@1.1:attrinittoday readonly(inst)

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