Relative Date (today, this month, e.g.) in Filter
How can I use a relative date like for example today for filtering?
I filtered all due / overdue invoices in the suppliers invoice list using the attribute "due date" "is less or equal than". As I want to create a template from this filter it should not refer to a concrete date like 22.05.2013 but to the relative date. So I could use the template every day without modification.
Hi, To manage filters active mode developer *Activate the developer mode*. in displayed list choose Manage Filters and add your filter. in domain [['date_invoice','=',time.strftime('%Y-%m-%d')]] Thanks.
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