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sanjaysanju
Contributor II
Contributor II

Calendar Object Issue

My Dear Friends,

I have created Calendar Objects, which when clicked showing the year 2049 as default (screenshots for reference). Because of this, every time the users needs to scroll through it and select the current year. Is there any possibilities of making that to show the current year as default. Please suggest me how to resolve this issue.

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Many thanks in advance.

Regards,

Sanjay B

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Surya
Creator II
Creator II

in calender object we have in below min values and max values 

you directly restrict on that place. min value is  = min(fieldname)//

max value is = max(fieldname)

your field having to long years u restrict in data model directly..

 

where fieldname =  'some date' <= 'today()';

 

in this case you got some required dates only,,..

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Lisa_P
Employee
Employee

If you have this long date range in your data, check the sort and load order.

Surya
Creator II
Creator II

in calender object we have in below min values and max values 

you directly restrict on that place. min value is  = min(fieldname)//

max value is = max(fieldname)

your field having to long years u restrict in data model directly..

 

where fieldname =  'some date' <= 'today()';

 

in this case you got some required dates only,,..

View solution in original post

sanjaysanju
Contributor II
Contributor II
Author

Very Thank you Lisa.
sanjaysanju
Contributor II
Contributor II
Author

Very Thank you Surya.