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Question Holiday Table Entry Order

One of our people here tells me that entries in CM 5.02 holiday tables MUST be in date/time order. That is you must not put the entry for Thanksgiving after the one for Christmas.

I find this hard to believe. I did note that the table did not sort itself like the site-data does. So who is right?
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I personally always set it up like that as a matter of course for ease of eye and housekeeping , but cant you simply test put two entries in the table reverse the data and see if you get to your holiday destination or not at the first entry (which if i understand you will be after the second entry chronologically).
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I personally always set it up like that as a matter of course for ease of eye and housekeeping , but cant you simply test put two entries in the table reverse the data and see if you get to your holiday destination or not at the first entry (which if i understand you will be after the second entry chronologically).
Good thought. I have to agree with that method of testing would do it. I will have to try this some late Sunday afternoon when things are quiet.
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hi,

you have to configure according to the holiday chart for every year. Some company work like 24*7 but some not depends on that we have to set the holiday table.
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