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using current date for OData filter

  • 3 January 2022
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I’m trying to write an OData filter that filters a record based on the current date and time but I can’t find a way to dynamically check for the current date and time. 

When I filter like below it works fine but it’s not checking for the current date. So what i’m looking for is a way to replace  2020-07-08T13:58:16Z and 2020-07-08T14:35:54Z with some code so that it evaluates against the current date and time and not a hardcoded date.

indicium/iam/iam/appl_claim?$filter=claim_start_date_time gt 2020-07-08T13:58:16Z and claim_end_date_time lt 2020-07-08T14:35:54Z

I’ve read about the now() function but when I try to implement this I get an internal server error. 

Anyone know how to fix this? :relaxed:

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Best answer by Erwin Ekkel 4 January 2022, 10:56

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Indicium does not support all odata functionality. The now() feature is not supported by indicium. Feel free to create an idea in the ideas section to have now() supported by indicium. 

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