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Min() Max() returning multiple values

I'm using a standard code  http://community.qlik.com/thread/48693

to create a master calendar, but I'm getting a strange error. Apparently the functions Min() and Max() are not returning a numeric value but a string of two values separated by a comma:

 

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And so the operation can't continue because it's expecting a numeric value. I've already checked that the dates are being loaded correctly. I'm even able to do Min(date) or Max(date) in a text box when creating a dashboard and it works properly. 

I've used these functions and data before and I had never encountered a problem like this one. Anyone has experienced this problem?

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Re: Min() Max() returning multiple values

Looks like regional settings

What do you have in your load script as decimal separator?

SET DecimalSep='.';

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Re: Min() Max() returning multiple values

How does your date field looks like when you check its properties in the data model viewer?

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Re: Min() Max() returning multiple values

Ok apparently here it says numeric timestamp, so why does it look like this?

 

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Re: Min() Max() returning multiple values

Looks like regional settings

What do you have in your load script as decimal separator?

SET DecimalSep='.';

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Re: Min() Max() returning multiple values

That was it! My computer has Americas regional settings but I had changed the separator since I'm working for an European project right now.

 

Thank you!