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By Charles Flock on 2/14/2011 9:33 PM
We added 3 new date functions to XLeratorDB/financial that should make date calculations and date manipulations much easier and more EXCEL-like, and show you how to use them to calculate things like date of Easter.
By Charles Flock on 2/13/2011 3:43 PM

We added 4 new functions to deal with growing annuities, where the initial payment increases by a fixed percentage each period, making it far simpler to answer questions like how much do I need to save for retirement?

By Charles Flock on 2/13/2011 3:42 PM
In addition to the new multi-input aggregates available in XLeratorDB/financial 2008, we have added some new scalar functions that provide even greater flexibility for time-value-of-money calculations.
By Charles Flock on 2/13/2011 3:41 PM
With the release of XLeratorDB/finance2008, the XLeratorDB/financial package makes innovative use of the multi-aggregate input capabilities of SQL Server 2008, improving performance in some calculations over 50-fold. In addition, there are some new functions that EXCEL wishes it had.
By Charles Flock on 2/5/2011 10:12 PM

If, like me, you make a backup of your production database and restore that backup on a different machine for reporting, testing, development or any other reason, you need to make sure that your XLeratorDB licenses are properly synchronized.

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