Good morning Vanya,
the relative period functionality always returns the last X "closed"
months. For fetching the ongoing period you need to select the option: this
It is consistent with the behavior that you described, so I think that you
will need to send 2016-08-01 as the relativePerioDate to get the dates that
On 16 September 2016 at 12:34, Vanya Seth <van...@thoughtworks.com> wrote:
> Hello devs
> We are leveraging the "relativePeriodDate" parameter on the DHIS2 chart
> Say we want data starting July 2016 for the last 3 months i.e. May, June
> and July 2016.
> Logically we think of 2016-07-31 as the relativePerioDate to fetch data
> for the above example. But when we do so we get the data starting June and
> It's like sending "October 2016" to get data from September 2016 and
> Is this the way its supposed to work?
> Any help would be appreciated.
> With Regards
> ThoughtWorks Technologies
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