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I need to add a date range and it would show me all the entries from the particular dates selected. How do I do this. I'm new to this.
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Define 'entries from the particular dates selected' at Barney-level for us.
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It should be from a month range lets say 1-1-2014 till 11-1-2014 with a calendar picker..
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