Determines whether the date value is Business Day or not. If holiday, returns the name of holiday. If Sat or Sun, returns the day name. Otherwise, returns an empty string. You can also set special holidays set by your company.
Gets weekend Sundays of any date. If Sunday is specified, that day itself will be returned. If you want to get “Monday of the next week” or “Tuesday of the current week”, you need to convert like #q_date.addDays(1) or #q_date.addDays(-5).
Converts Datetime type data (“2021-12-31 20:34” JST) into ISO 8601 datetime string data (“2021-12-31T20:34:00+09:00” or “2021-12-31T11:34:00Z”). As a general rule Datetime type data is regarded as the time of the Workflow Platform time zone.
Converts ISO 8601 datetime string data (“2021-12-31T20:34:56+09:00”, “2021-12-31T11:34:56.789Z”, etc.) to Datetime type data (“2021-12-31 20:34”). The Datetime type data is based on the time zone configured for your Workflow Platform.
Converts a timestamp number (UNIX time) to datetime data. That is, the number of seconds elapsed since UTC 1970-01-01 00:00:00 is assigned to the datetime type data according to the workflow platform time zone. (10-digit integer after 2002)
Gets weather history for the specific time from OpenWeather (corrected to zero minutes) with the specified latitude and longitude. Temperature, humidity and wind speed can be obtained as well as snow volume and wind gust.
Gets weather forecast for the specific time (corrected to zero minutes) from OpenWeather with specifying latitude and longitude of the world. Not only temperature, humidity and wind speed, but also visibility and sensible temperature can be obtained.
Gets weather forecast for the specific date from OpenWeather with specifying latitude and longitude of the world. Not only temperature, humidity and wind speed, but also sunset time and dew point temperature can be obtained.