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lknudson1
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Generate schedule date sequence excluding weekends

I've gone through other posts regarding date diffs & calculated # weekdays & assigning next valid work days (many thanks!), but I don't see something quite like what I need.

I am trying to create a way to generate a schedule of begin and end dates for sequential tasks on a job, each of which have some assigned # of days, beginning with a given date and excluding weekend dates.  So for job "x" starting on Friday, 11/01 I need:

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Task ## daysstart daystop dayBegin DateEnd DateExcludes weekends    
111111/1/201911/1/2019     
232411/4/201911/6/201911/2-3    
315511/7/201911/7/2019     
446911/8/201911/13/201911/9-10    
54101311/14/201911/19/201911/16-17    
63141611/20/201911/22/2019     

 

I can get the begin and end dates I need within first scheduled week (accommodating 1 weekend) with given calculated start/stop DateAdds, but then I hit a roadblock in trying to accommodate multiple weekends which may be incorporated into the overall job schedule.

Any tips?

Thanks!

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Hi @v-monli-msft ,

I ended up taking a different approach to the problem.  Rather than try to work out some convoluted calculation, I made a SQL table of calendar dates excluding weekends and used that to pull in start/stop dates.

 

Thanks for the response though!

 

 

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v-monli-msft
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Hi @lknudson1 ,

 

Can you please explain your requirement with sample data? 

 

Regards,

Mona

Community Support Team _ Mona Li
If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

Hi @v-monli-msft ,

I ended up taking a different approach to the problem.  Rather than try to work out some convoluted calculation, I made a SQL table of calendar dates excluding weekends and used that to pull in start/stop dates.

 

Thanks for the response though!

 

 

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