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INTDLOADDATES Does Not Use Load Flag "34" as the Example Shown in the Rules Language Reference Guide (Doc ID 577650.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 05, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Utilities Energy Information Platform - Version 04.53 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

The Rules Language function INTDLOADDATES does not use the load flag "34" as shown in the LODESTAR Rules Language Reference Guide.

Example provided in the Rules Language Reference Guide for INTDLOADDATES

Load kWh interval data for the month of January, 2006, and use the supplied Time Zone
Standard Name and DST Participant flag.

STARTDT = '01/01/2006'; 
STOPDT = '01/31/2006'; 
KWH_HNDL = INTDLOADDATES(KWH, STARTDT, STOPDT, 34, “EST”, “N”);

Cause

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Symptoms
 Example provided in the Rules Language Reference Guide for INTDLOADDATES
Cause
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