Okay, the same concept from the other thread still applies in that you are going to use the start date and the end date of a date range in a custom state to constrain the repeating group’s search. So, it’s all about how you set the date range in the custom state.
The way I have gone about it is to use three custom states. One of the states is for the date range, of course, and the other two states tell the system how many days to add to the start and end dates of the range.
When the icon to go to the next week is clicked, the custom states for the days are both increased by 7.
Then, in the second step, the custom state for the date range is set.
The workflow actions for the steps associated with clicking the icon to go to the previous week are exactly the same, except in the first step, you subtract 7 from the number in both custom states.
With this setup in place, the
cs week range custom state always has the start and end dates of the appropriate week, and again, you can use those dates to constrain your repeating group’s search.
Anyway, maybe someone will have a better idea, but that’s what I’ve got, and I hope it helps.