The ‘Super User Defined and Ad hoc LOV’ Date/Time Prompt
In the YouTube video ‘Super User Defined and Ad hoc LOV’ Example of the Ultimate Generic DateTime Framework, I show you a filter-example combining a user defined input of a Begin- and End-period (range) in combination with the ad hoc List-of-Values with predefined date-periods.
The end-user has the possibility to select from a LOV with predefined periods (date-ranges) or to fill in his own begin- and end-date.This is extremely user friendly.
The end-user only has to make one report, then he can use it on-demand using user-defined periods or use the same report and schedule it for a specific time-interval like previous year, previous month, previous week, … .
The above prompt-filter is part of the ‘Ultimate Generic Date/Time Framework’. I’ve released this framework on my own wordpress blog.
And why should you implement the ‘Ultimate Generic Date/Time Framework’ in your own universes?
In fact you only need 3 minutes to invest, but it will result in an extreme Return-On-Investment (ROI).
Read the following 10 reasons why you should implement the framework.