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03-06-2020

Hi all,

I had created custom field in delivery Input form.

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While creating delivery if this field is empty , Pop up message should be displayed. I used below code in the input form.

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Now I need to display alert message if the smsMessageExpiryDt less than current date.
Could you please suggest me , how to compare smsMessageExpiryDt with current date.

 

Thanks in advance.

 

Thanks,

Ram.

 

 

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04-06-2020

Hello @ramprakasht3196 ,

This is the correct syntax,

<leave>
    <check expr="@smsMessageExpiryDt!='' and @smsMessageExpiryDt &gt;= GetDate() ">
      <error>Expiry date cannot be empty and should be in future</error>
    </check>
  </leave>

 

Testing screenshot here:

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Hi,

 

You can check it using below syntax:

 

<check expr="@smsMessageExpiryDt ='' or @smsMessageExpiryDt &lt; GetDate()">
<error>Expiry date cannot be empty and should be in future</error>
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Hello @ramprakasht3196 

 

Try this code:

<check expr="@smsMessageExpiryDt !='' or @smsMessageExpiryDt < getDate()">
<error>Expiry date cannot be empty and should be in future</error>
</check>

Let me know if that works