Pl. find below the screenshot:
Check below post for your reference
Hope this will help you
No I have seen that post but my issue is something different. pl. see the screenshot. Many thanks,
it is highly recommended to do such check on datetime base, not on string base
You can use
DateTime.ParseExact(stringDate, “yyyy-MM-dd”, System.Globalization.CultureInfo.InvariantCulture, System.Globalization.DateTimeStyles.None): this method is especially useful when you know the string format to parse
You can then run a comparison check after converting both variables to DateTime
I have one column you can see and I want that if every row <= 07/02/2018
So it does not give the correct result. I have also pasted the UiPath screenshot above.
CDate("06/29/2010 00:00:00").Date <= New DateTime(2018,07,02).Date
Actually my date column is in for each row loop and I am comparing the row(“New_Date”) <= My_Static Date.
I have stored my static date using assign activity in the variable named ZNADate.
@Praise_JJ : Thanks a lot, Issue gets resolved.
Many many thanks ok_hand:
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