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Try this friend:
from datetime import date
from datetime import datetime, date, time
ref_id = False
y = False
m = False
state = False
d = datetime.now().strftime('%Y-%m-%d %H:%M:%S')
d_ref = datetime.strptime("2011-01-11","%Y-%m-%d")
d_to = datetime.strptime("2012-01-31","%Y-%m-%d")
if d_ref < d_to :
d_ref = d_to
y = d_to.year
m = d_to.month
day = d_to.day
You can eliminate the day :)
From Date field you will get date as string, first convert it to datetime object type using:
date = datetime.strptime([your string date], "%Y-%m-%d")
then you can simply use datetime attributes to get month and year as:
" print date.month, print date.year......."
To show it in another field you can use on_change() method of [your date] field.
Don't forgot to import datetime at top as;
"from datetime import datetime"
Hope it helps you !
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|Last updated: 8/13/15, 7:19 AM|