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Automatic expiration date.



Further to my previous post,. im setting up calibration table, I would like the calibration expiry day to be automatically calculated by a determine amount of months in the table.


I first thought that a easy formula would resolve the issue but can't seem to find any info on online help relating to dates apart from "datediff"


any help would be greatly accepted.




once i have figured this out,. i will be haveing the duration pulled from another database which will have the allocated months per item type. but will worry abou that another day.



PS please be aware i am currenlty using free version so some parts may not be avaialbel to eme 

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In addition to that, I also found another forum post regarding expiration date, but I believe this approach is utilizing custom code such as JavaScript:

In case you decide to upgrade your account in the future, I suggest trying Triggered Actions and Tasks for such workflow. They honestly make everything easier. Cheers!

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