Anaplan: Valid To period - 9999

dominic.literal
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Anaplan: Valid To period - 9999

Hi Expert,

 

Good day!

Would like to seek your insights on how to upload the ValidTo period as 12/31/9999 and in Anaplan it will become blank (Date format). Since in Anaplan unable to load this period format unless set the format as text. Is there any workaround to handle this one or a system limitation? Thank you in advance.

 

Regards,

Dom

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anand.shekhawat
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Re: Anaplan: Valid To period - 9999

Hi @dominic.literal 

Anaplan has a maximum limit to date that you can enter in the date formatted line item and that is set to 2399-12-31 . You cannot put any date beyond this. You only have one option to store your 'valid to period' (12/31/9999) i.e. text. You can call it as a limitation.

 

I hope it helps

 

~Anand

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anand.shekhawat
Super Contributor

Re: Anaplan: Valid To period - 9999

Hi @dominic.literal 

Anaplan has a maximum limit to date that you can enter in the date formatted line item and that is set to 2399-12-31 . You cannot put any date beyond this. You only have one option to store your 'valid to period' (12/31/9999) i.e. text. You can call it as a limitation.

 

I hope it helps

 

~Anand

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paul_gibson
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Re: Anaplan: Valid To period - 9999

Can you give some insight on what use case needs this as a year?

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dominic.literal
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Re: Anaplan: Valid To period - 9999

@paul_gibson 

 

Hi, 

 

Thanks for your reply.

The use case is Pricing Simulation. As we agreed with the client, we used the 12/31/2399 as default date. Thank you.

 

Regards,

Dom

dominic.literal
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Re: Anaplan: Valid To period - 9999

@anand.shekhawat 

 

Hi,

Thanks for your input.

As we agreed with the client, we used the 12/31/2399 as default date for 12/31/9999. Thank you.

 

Regards,

Dom