Recurring invoices' dynamic variables

Attempting to create a monthly recurring invoice and used the token ||MONTHEND+1|| which shows the closing “/div” tag on preview so fearing that may not be allowed? I am just trying to create the text: “for the period 01/11/2013 to 30/11/2013”. My original was: "for the period ||DATE+1M|| to ||MONTHEND+1|| but which way is best to achieve this, please?


Will the invoice be generated on the 1st of November? If so the opening token would be just ||DATE||. The correct token to use would depend on when the invoices will be raised.

Generally last day of month…


If you can hang on 24 hrs, we’re gonna knock up a sanbox tool for testing these date variables. I think that would be beneficial to all.

I’ll let you know when it’s ready.

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Brilliant! Many thanks, PB

Here’s the new tool:

Recurring Invoice Date Variables Test Tool

Try using something like this:

for the period ||MONTHEND+1D|| to ||MONTHEND+1M||

PBContinuing the discussion from Dynamic Variables:

Just when you thought it was safe…!

Have now found the code for the period ||MONTHEND+1D|| to ||MONTHEND+1M|| in November (or any month with less than 31 days) gives 01/12/2013 to 30/12/2013 rather than the full month.

That’s probably a real pain codewise, too?!


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