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Shameem Babu @ iWesabe Saudi Arabia
11/9/16, 3:58 AM

Giezel,

Module swr_datepicker can be used for  v10.  but you are using v9.

See the alternative solution

Py

# Outside the model
def get_years():
    year_list = []
for i in range(2016, 2036):
        year_list.append((i, str(i)))
    return year_list


# Inside the model
month = fields.Selection([(1, 'January'), (2, 'February'), (3, 'March'), (4, 'April'),
(5, 'May'), (6, 'June'), (7, 'July'), (8, 'August'),
                          (9, 'September'), (10, 'October'), (11, 'November'), (12, 'December'), ],
  string='Month',
year = fields.Selection(get_years(), string='Year',)

xml

<group> 
    <div>
        <label for="month" string="Month"
               style="font-weight: bold !important;margin-right:107px;margin-left: 0px;"/>
        <field name="month" style="width:110px"/>
        <field name="year" style="width:110px;margin-left: 34px;"/>
</div>
</group>

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1 Comment
LaoThai Vietnam
7/18/19, 3:17 AM

I installed your module and i don't know how it work? I realized that in Languages, we have two more field is Year format and Month format, but how can i use that format for my own module to display like this '07/2019' in my field?

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deep India
11/9/16, 1:50 AM

No it is not possible

But you can achieve the same using computational field of type Char, so in the method, parse the date and extract in whichever format you want.


 

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