jueves, 02 de agosto de 2012 21:29
I have a custom list with a "Date of Next Calibration" column. This column is a date picker control in my form (not time). I want to format the rows of all items that are due for calibration this month. I have found various articles that attempt to fromat rows based on a calculation of [Today]+30, but this is an issue in my instance because this will not only return items due this month, but will include items due next month that fall within today's date +30 days.
I am not fluent in coding at all so I am not even sure if this is possible. Any help/suggestions are greatly appriciated!
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viernes, 03 de agosto de 2012 12:39Moderador
viernes, 03 de agosto de 2012 15:18
add 2 conditions in format/filter the rows
First one is that you mentioned
[date_calibration] < [Today]+30
[substring(ddwrt:FormatDate(@Created,1033,1),1,2) = substring(ddwrt:FormatDate(@Modified,1033,1),1,2)]
FormatDate(@Created,1033,1), will format the date like 08/03/2012 - today 03. August 2012
and substring(___,1,2) will extract first 2 chars from the string starting form 1 char
More infos about formating, in this post
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- Marcado como respuesta Entan MingMicrosoft Contingent Staff, Moderator jueves, 09 de agosto de 2012 6:20