# Odoo Help

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#### Nikhil Krishnan

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Nikhil Krishnan
3‏/3‏/2019 12:19 ص

Hi Daniel Abaka,

```total_days= fields.Integer(compute="_compute_days", string='Days Count', copy=False, default=0, store=True)    @api.multi
@api.depends('end_date', 'start_date')    def _compute_days(self):
for s in self:
if s.end_date and s.start_date:                a = s.end_date - s.start_date
s.total_days = a.days
else:
s.total_days = 0```

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#### Niyas Raphy

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Niyas Raphy
2‏/3‏/2019 10:53 ص

Hi,

You can make the total days field as a compute field and compute it's values from the entered values.

Inside the compute function you can get the difference of days by subtracting the dates, see the sample.

If we have d1 as date1 and d2 as date2 , then difference = (d2-d1).days.

Thanks

Daniel Abaka
3‏/3‏/2019 12:56 ص

Hi Nikhil krishnan,
Thanks for the support but i'm facing error on this line

`s.total_days = a.dayserror message there is no attribute for days`
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Nikhil Krishnan
3‏/3‏/2019 5:34 ص

Actually i test it in my system and working fine, so can you please show the screen shot of the error. and the python code too.

Nikhil Krishnan
3‏/3‏/2019 5:37 ص

put

print(a)

print(type(a))

before

s.total_days = a.days

show the result to us.

Daniel Abaka
3‏/3‏/2019 4:39 م

Here is my python code

depature_date = fields.Date(string="Depature Date From Work", required=True)

return_date = fields.Date(string="Return Date To Work", required=True)

total_number_of_days = fields.Integer(compute="_compute_days",string="Total Number Of Work Days", copy=False, default=0, store=True)

@api.multi

@api.depends('depature_date','return_date')

def _compute_days(self):

for s in self:

if s.depature_date and s.return_date:

a = s.depature_date + s.return_date

s.total_number_of_days = a.days

else:

s.total_number_of_days = 0

here is the error message

s.total_number_of_days = a.days

AttributeError: 'str' object has no attribute 'days'

Nikhil Krishnan
3‏/3‏/2019 11:20 م

a = s.depature_date + s.return_date

what is your logic? can you explain what is your exact need?

Daniel Abaka
4‏/3‏/2019 4:14 ص

I'm adding depature_date and return_date to get the total_number_of_days .

Daniel Abaka
4‏/3‏/2019 5:58 ص

Hello NIKHIL KRISHNAN,

The logic is once depature_date and return_date is selected automatically the total_number_of_days should be counted as total days selected.

I'm this ways i want to add depature_date + return_date to get the total days.

Nikhil Krishnan
4‏/3‏/2019 7:04 ص

ok fine,

You try with this code.

a = s.return_date - s.depature_date

s.total_number_of_days = a.days

Nikhil Krishnan
4‏/3‏/2019 7:10 ص

if we add two dates, we can't get a total number of days, differece of dates means the number of days between the two dates. i think you got the idea.

Daniel Abaka
4‏/3‏/2019 7:29 ص

NIKHIL KRISHNAN ,

I have try this code and get error

a = s.return_date - s.depature_date

s.total_number_of_days = a.days

Error Message

in _compute_days

a = s.depature_date - s.return_date

TypeError: unsupported operand type(s) for -: 'str' and 'str'

Nikhil Krishnan
4‏/3‏/2019 11:11 م

please convert them in to date formate.

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