https://bugs.koha-community.org/bugzilla3/show_bug.cgi?id=21200

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Bug 21200: Allow default values for saved SQL report "date" parameters

Let the saved SQL report define default date values, relative to
the time the report is being run, for any "date" fields.

Often such date fields require entering a date eg. 6 months past
or similar, and having the default value in would make it much less
likely for the user to choose the wrong date.

The default value is put after the "date" text, separated by a pipe.

Format for the default date value is either "now", or "<value> <unit>",
where value is a positive or negative integer value, and unit is
one of "hour", "day", "week", "month", "year".

Not putting in the default value would behave the same as before,
leaving the date input field empty.

For example:

    SELECT count(*) FROM items
    WHERE DATE(dateaccessioned)
        BETWEEN <<Start|date|-6 month>>
            AND <<End|date|now>>

Would default to the last 6 months.

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