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I have a customer who wants a certain date format i cant seem to find on version 10.1 . he wants the date to read 14.OC.01 for example, the closest i can find is 14.OCT.01, is there anyway to achieve this.

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Well, yes, there is definitely a workaround to accomplish this.

 

However, what does the customer plan to do with June and July? as that will need to be taken into account in whatever you code to do the layout.

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The want JN For June and JL for July, I`m hoping to change there mind and use a standard french canadian format, 

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Use a Select...Case statement in a VB script transform. You'd need a case from 1 through to 12 setting the value to the appropriate term for each on:

 

Case 10

value = "OC"

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