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Adding days to a date field with Velocity script

Question asked by Alan Harris on Nov 2, 2018
Latest reply on Sep 18, 2019 by Sanford Whiteman

I've tried all the techniques I've seen online for adding or subtracting hours / days / months / years to a date using Velocity scripting, but have bee unable to successfully recreate it myself.

 

I'm using the following email script to take a date in "MM-DD-YYYY" from a Salesforce opportunity date field, and output as "Day of week, Date, Year". For example 11/02/2018 would be outputted as "Friday, November 2, 2018".

 

#set( $inTimeZone = $date.getTimeZone().getTimeZone('America/Los_Angeles') ) 
#set( $outTimeZone = $date.getTimeZone().getTimeZone('America/Los_Angeles') ) 
#set( $locale = $date.getLocale() ) 
#set( $myDate = $convert.parseDate($OpportunityList.get(0).Auto_Renewal_Date__c,'yyyy-MM-dd',$locale,$inTimeZone) ) 
${date.format('EEEE, MMMM dd, yyyy',$myDate,$locale,$outTimeZone)}

 

The script above works, but I'd like to also be able to add either 30 days to the displayed date, or add 1 month. So for example, 11-02-2018 would output as "Sunday, December 2, 2018"

 

Nothing I've tried has worked so far. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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