I think you mean to do this:
• create a date field with global storage (say, gDateFilter )
• create a self-join for your table: create a new table occurrence, give it a meaningful name (i.e. YourTable_selfByDate), and create a relationship where
YourTable::gDateFilter ≥ YourTable_selfByDate::checkInDate
YourTable::gDateFilter ≤ YourTable_selfByDate::checkOutDate
Put the global fiel onto the layout and format is as calendar; then add a portal into YourTable_selfByDate. Selecting a date from the global field should show all matching records by date.
Thank you for the reply.
It wasn't exactly what I was looking for, but is also very useful for another option.
What I would like, is to have a month view (a calendar view) showing the occupation of the five apartments on it (apartment is also a field of the table).
It is to have an overview of the occupation and always know when the apartments are available and booked.