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Retrieve the next business or calendar day in Magento with an optional leadtime. Magento weekend days config is taken into account.
<?php
/**
* Retrieve the next business day with an optional leadtime.
* If leadtime = 1 => find the next business day
* If leadtime = 2 => find the "next next" business day
* etc...
*
* @param int $leadtime
* @return string|bool
*/
public function getNextBusinessDay($leadtime = 1)
{
$daterange = $this->_getCalendarDateRange($leadtime);
// Get weekend days from Magento configuration
$weekendDays = explode(',', Mage::getStoreConfig('general/locale/weekend'));
// Sunday is weekday #0 in Magento whereas it is #7 in PHP... update $weekendDays so Sunday is #7
if (array_search(0, $weekendDays) !== false) {
$weekendDays[array_search(0, $weekendDays)] = '7';
}
$businessDates = array();
// Build an array containing all business days within our range
foreach ($daterange as $date) {
// If current day is not a Magento weekend day, then it is a business day
if (!in_array($date->format('N'), $weekendDays)) {
// Populate business days with there formatted values
// Feel free to update formatting!
$businessDates[] = Mage::helper('core')->formatDate($date->format('Y-m-d'), 'short', false);
}
}
// If we can find a business day that fits to the required leadtime, return it!
return (isset($businessDates[$leadtime])) ? $businessDates[$leadtime] : false;
}
/**
* Retrieve the next calendar day with an optional leadtime.
* If leadtime = 1 => find the next business day
* If leadtime = 2 => find the "next next" business day
* etc...
*
* @param int $leadtime
* @return string|bool
*/
public function getNextCalendarDay($leadtime = 1)
{
$daterange = $this->_getCalendarDateRange($leadtime);
$calendarDates = array();
foreach ($daterange as $date) {
$calendarDates[] = Mage::helper('core')->formatDate($date->format('Y-m-d'), 'short', false);
}
return (isset($calendarDates[$leadtime])) ? $calendarDates[$leadtime] : false;
}
/**
* Build an array of calendar days
*
* @param int $leadtime
* @return DatePeriod
*/
protected function _getCalendarDateRange($leadtime)
{
$magentoTime = Mage::getModel('core/date')->timestamp(time());
// We will search business days starting from today...
$baseDate = date('Y-m-d H:i:s', $magentoTime);
$addLeadtime = $leadtime + 7;
// ... and ending in "$leadtime + one week" in order to make sure to have a complete week of business days
$targetDate = date('Y-m-d H:i:s', strtotime($baseDate . ' + ' . $addLeadtime . ' days'));
// Create several Date objects for processing
$startDate = new DateTime($baseDate);
$endDate = new DateTime($targetDate);
$interval = new DateInterval('P1D');
$daterange = new DatePeriod($startDate, $interval, $endDate);
return $daterange;
}
?>
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