This is a widget for date/time fields on Geraldo Reports.
When you use Geraldo to write reports, date/time fields must be formatted using get_value lambda attribute, because ObjectValue doesn't know what mask you want to use.
With this widget, you just copy it into a common use Python file, import into your reports file and use it replacing ObjectValue on elements for fields you must be formatted as date/time format.
from geraldo import Report, ReportBand, ObjectValue, landscape from utils.reports import DateTimeObjectValue class ReportPhoneList(Report): title = u'Phone List' page_size = landscape(A4) class band_detail(ReportBand): height = 0.5*cm elements = [ ObjectValue(attribute_name='id', top=0.1*cm), DateTimeObjectValue(attribute_name='birth_date', left=26.2*cm, top=0.1*cm, format='%m/%d/%Y'), ]
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class DateTimeObjectValue(ObjectValue): format = '%m/%d/%Y %H:%M' def get_object_value(self, instance=None): value = super(DateTimeObjectValue, self).get_object_value(instance) if not value: return '' return value.strftime(self.format)
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If anyone provide quick response on this appreciated.
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