Formula like Today - 90

Posted on 2012-08-16
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Last Modified: 2012-08-16
We have a report that runs daily and and the user would like to filter the report so that jobs that were due (date_promised) more than 90 days ago fall off the report. So I know that it would be something like a Today -90 formula, but {date_promised}-90 doesn't work. How would I write the formula and where on the report would I place that formula?
Question by:cpicardgroup

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Jason Schlueter earned 2000 total points
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Try this in the Select Expert.
{Table.DateField} > dateadd("d",-90,currentdate) and
{Table.DateField} < currentdate

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