Public Sub RecurringSchedule()
    Dim oGift As CGift
    Set oGift = New CGift
    oGift.Init REApplication.SessionContext
    oGift.Load 2186, True
   
    Dim oRecurring As CRecurringGiftActivity
   
    Debug.Print oGift.RecurringGiftActivities.Count
   
    Debug.Print oGift.Fields(GIFT_fld_NextTransactionDate)
    Debug.Print oGift.Fields(GIFT_fld_Installment_Frequency)
    Debug.Print oGift.Fields(GIFT_fld_Schedule_DayOfMonth)
    Debug.Print oGift.Fields(GIFT_fld_Schedule_WeeklyDayOfWeek)
   
    oGift.Closedown
    Set oGift = Nothing
End Sub

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