Context Engine Glossary – Dates

General

The context engine is a large database of retrievable variables, available for use throughout LoanPro software. These are the following variables for dates:

Name

Variable

Description

Subsequent Due Date

[[companyFormatDateTime('subsequent-due-date')]]

Generates the due date after the next due date. For example, if the due date is 1/25/2020, the next due date is 2/25/2020, the subsequent due date will be 3/25/2020.

Transactions First Payment Date

[[companyFormatDateTime('tx-first-payment-date')]]

Generates the first payment date on the transactions report.

Period End

[[companyFormatDateTime('status-period-end')]]

Generates the end date of the current payment period of an account. For example, if the next due date on an account is 01/25/2020, this variable will display 01/24/2020.

Period Start

[[companyFormatDateTime('status-period-start')]]

Generates the start date of the current payment period of an account (i.e. the most recent due date on an account).

Today Minus DPD

[[companyFormatDateTime('today-minus-dpd')]]

Displays today’s date minus the amount of days past due on an account. For example if today’s date is 01/11/2019, and the account is 10 days past due, this variable with display the date 01/01/2019.

Last Human Activity Date

[[companyFormatDateTime('loan-human-activity-date')]]

Displays the date that any information on the account was last updated by an agent user.

Final Payment Date

[[companyFormatDateTime('status-final-payment-date')]]

Displays the currently expected final payment date on an account.

Stop Interest Dates List

[[v('stop-interest-dates-list')]]

Generates a list of dates on which interest stops accruing.

Original Maturity Date

[[companyFormatDateTime('status-orig-maturity-date')]]

Displays the original payoff date of an account.

Loan Recency

[[v('status-loan-recency')]]

Displays the number of days that have past since a payment has been made on an account.

Stop Interest Dates

Because this variable includes multiple elements, this variable will usually need to be used in a loop. For information on how to select single values out of an array-style variable like this one see Working with Custom Forms Variables.

Here is an example of a loop, with an explanation of each element:

Below is an example of how to create a vertical list of Suspend/Resume Interest dates on an account followed by the date type (i.e. Suspend or Resume):

[[BEGIN stop-interest-dates]]

[[$date]] - [[$type]]

[[END]]

Aging

[[v('status-aging')]]

Displays the age of the loan (i.e. days since the contract date).

Date Last Current

[[companyFormatDateTime('status-date-last-current')]]

Displays the date that the an account was last current.


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