Populates the values for a specified end date field with values calculated using the start date field specified. This tool is useful when the intervals between start date field values are not regular and you want to animate the feature class or table through time or some other value using the Animation toolbar. This is a deprecated tool. This functionality has been replaced by the Calculate End Time tool that calculates end time for a given start time field. The table is first sorted by entity unique value field if this is specified, and then by time stamp. With the start date field sorted in ascending order, the end date of any row is the same as the start date of the next row. In order to use this tool the start date field must be able to be sorted in ascending order. To test this, open the attribute table for the feature class, right-click the field and click Sort Ascending. If the field cannot be sorted in ascending order, the field must be reformatted before using this tool. The end date field value for the last row will be the same as the start date field value.
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