info(“databasename”) gives you the name of the current database (Panorama file), and datepattern(today(),"YYMMDD") will give you today’s date in the format you suggest. You could use those to construct the filename for the above.
Same here (in the formula workshop) but then (1) I changed it to YYYYMMDD, which correctly gave 20230504, and (2) I then deleted two of the Ys to revert to YYMMDD, and that then correctly gave 230504.
Needless to say, after experimenting for the formula workshop for a couple of minutes I can now no longer edit the formula, or rather it doesn’t display the current formula (see various people’s previous posts) for which the only cure is to quit Panorama. That’s not convenient at this moment because I’m in the middle of something.
Apparently, it is supported, and I made some sort of mistake when I first tried it. When I checked the documentation, it listed “YYYYMMDD” as a valid component, but it didn’t list “YYMMDD”. So I went looking for a workaround. Now, when I try “YYMDD” again, it works every time.