The token identifiers listed in the table below all deal with dates. For example, @Date.Yesterday~ will provide yesterday's date.
Dates are expressed by default in the yyyy-M-d format, which does not include leading zeros for single-digit day or month values. Examples: April 1st = "2009-4-1", April 25th = "2009-4-25", October 31st= "2009-10-31".
If needed, you can override this default format by specifying a new format in the Globalization element's Default Input Date Reformat attribute. For more information on globalization, see Internationalization and Localization . The Default Input Date Reformat attribute ensures that dates entered by the user are formatted identically to dates returned from @Date tokens. This is especially useful if you are using the @Date tokens with the Validation.Date element.
The Globalization element can be added in the _Settings definition.
To work with the @Date.FiscalQuarter~ and @Date.FiscalYear~ tokens, use the Globalization element to set the first day of the fiscal year.
@Date.TodayUtc~ returns the UTC (Greenwich Mean Time) date.
The TimePeriodColumn element can also be used to parse specific date parts out of @Date token values. For more information on the TimePeriodColumn, see Send Cell Phone SMS Messages.
These are the Date tokens: