Yes, you can create your own module that:
- Adds an on_change attribute to the field in the view
- Creates a method that gets called by the on_change attribute in #1. The method returns False if the date chosen is greater than today.
For example, in your form view you would have:
<field name="my_date" on_change="onchange_date(my_date)"/>
Then in your object you would put:
from datetime import datetime from openerp.tools import DEFAULT_SERVER_DATE_FORMAT def onchange_date(self, cr, uid, ids, my_date, context=None): if datetime.strptime(my_date, DEFAULT_SERVER_DATE_FORMAT).date() > datetime.now().date(): return False return my_date
Edit: add example of constraint mentioned by Priyesh:
A constraint has the added benefit that it doesn't depend on the client interface calling the on_change method. It always gets checked when a value is written to the field.
def _check_date(self, cr, uid, ids, context=None): obj = self.browse(cr, uid, ids, context=context) if datetime.strptime(obj.my_date, DEFAULT_SERVER_DATE_FORMAT).date() > datetime.now().date(): return False return True _constraints = [(_check_date, 'Date is in the future!', [my_date])]
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