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joshua1990
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Incremental refresh with Julian Date

Hi community!

I have access to our ERP Tables using an oracle connection.

Here all tables contain the date in the julian date format. So it is a number instead of a date.

I would like to use the incremental refresh since these are really huge tables.

Is there any chance to use an incremental refresh here?

 

 

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collinq
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Hey @joshua1990 ,

 

You can not use Julian date - as of now "the RangeStart and RangeEnd parameters, which must be date/time data type,"   So, any way to have a converted field in the data?  If you are not using Live/direct query I would think that you could just add a custom field that converts Julian to Date/Time first.  




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collinq
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Hey @joshua1990 ,

 

You can not use Julian date - as of now "the RangeStart and RangeEnd parameters, which must be date/time data type,"   So, any way to have a converted field in the data?  If you are not using Live/direct query I would think that you could just add a custom field that converts Julian to Date/Time first.  




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