find some starter help here:
FilterDate_MMMdyyyyyHHmmsstt.xaml (7.3 KB)
it was done on string base and as the date in datatable is in the form of 08/18/2020 … a LINQ with startsWith was used.
It should also work with the filter datatable activity but didn’t returned the expected result (This happens with this activity) so LINQ was selected for solution approach. If string base is not sharp enought then we could also shift to datetime.ParseExact method for implementing the filter statement.
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