Service Studio 6.0 Help
About Literal Values
Constants that you want to use in an expression or property can be strings, numbers, boolean values, etc but you must consider the literal data type as presented below.
The possible values for a Boolean literal are true or false.
The Currency literal is the same as the Decimal literal.
The Date literal must be enclosed with number signs (#) and in the format YYYY-MM-DD. For example:
The Date Time literals must be enclosed with number signs (#) and in the format YYYY-MM-DD hh-mm-ss. For example:
In Decimal literals, the integer and decimal parts must be separated by a . (decimal point or period). For example:
The Entity Identifier literal is the same as the Integer or Text literals.
Integer literals are signed numbers with values ranging from negative -2147483647 through positive 2147483647.
The Phone Number literal is the same as the Text literal.
The Text literal must be enclosed in double quotes ". To use quotation marks " inside your string, you must double each of the marks. For example:
"xpto ""123"" xpto1"
The Time Literal must be enclosed with number signs (#)and in the format hh-mm-ss. For example:
Boolean Data Type | Currency Data Type | Date Data Type | Date Time Data Type | Decimal Data Type | Entity Identifier Data Type | Integer Data Type | Phone Number Data Type | Text Data Type | Time Data Type