Returns an interval covering the period between the start date and time and the end date and time, inclusive.
For a description of the business object categories, see Notes on "Enabled For".
|Business Object Category||Yes/No|
|Business Rules: Before-Save Rules||Yes|
|Business Rules: Calculation Rules (After Save, with or without Also Recalculate on Load)||Yes|
|Business Rules: Calculation Rules (Before Save or Always, without Also Recalculate On Load)||Yes|
|Business Rules: Calculation Rules (Before Save or Always, with Recalculate On Load)||Yes|
|Business Rules: Editing Rules||Yes|
|Business Rules: Initialization Rules||Yes|
|Business Rules: Read Only Rules||Yes|
|Business Rules: Required Rules||Yes|
|Business Rules: Validation Rules||Yes|
|Quick Actions (except UI Quick Actions)||Yes|
|UI Quick Actions||Yes|
|Search/Dashboard without field references||Yes|
|Search/Dashboard with field references||Yes|
|startDateTime||The date and time of the beginning of the interval.|
|endDateTime||The date and time of the end of the interval.|
DateTime interval in UTC time.
$(Interval("1/31/2014 11:36 AM", "2/2/2014 11:36 AM"))
returns the interval between the two dates.
Although the values for the startDateTime and endDateTime parameters are in UTC, as with all DateTime literals in expressions, these are written in the locale and time zone of the current user.
$(mydate during Interval("1/31/2014 11:36 AM", "2/2/2014 11:36 AM"))
returns true if mydate is between the two DateTime values, inclusive. This function returns false otherwise.
$(mydate during Interval(BeginningOfMonth(-3), EndOfMonth(0)))
returns true if mydate is in the four-month interval between the start of the month that was 3 months ago and the end of the current month.
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