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Using the "Bookkeeping with extra fields" template, I noticed I was occasionally missing some transactions whenever I filtered on Transaction Date. I believe the issue is caused by the filter using only the date and not the time.

For example, if today is February 10 and I filter Transaction Date on "Yesterday", the WHERE clause looks like:

( financial_trxn.trxn_date >= '20190209') AND ( financial_trxn.trxn_date <= '20190209' )

Any transaction that isn't exactly at midnight is lost. Comparing to the Date Received filter, it uses date and time:

( contribution.receive_date >= '20190209000000') AND ( contribution.receive_date <= '20190209235959' )

Perhaps I'm misinterpreting the use of the filters. I can run the same query directly, but with the time included for Transaction Date, and it seems to return the correct results.

  • CiviCRM 5.10.0
  • PHP 7.2.13
  • MySQL 5.7.23
  • Wordpress 5.0.3

EDIT - originally this Q referenced ExtendedReports 3.5 but turns out it was a core report

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The issue has been reported in https://lab.civicrm.org/dev/report/issues/7.

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