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  1. The thing I'm trying to achieve is that users of my app can only plan a date after today, with "rules" I am able to display a message when a user selects a date before today with the date picker. I achieve this by hiding a section when the given date is ok (Input_date > Timestamp). But while it is not possible to prevent users from submitting the form when a condition is not met, I'm trying to find a solution in javascript. The problem that occurs is that the format differs, the inputfield of the user is DD-MM-YYYY and the timestamp i compare it with is MM/DD/YYYY. Strangely this is not a problem with "rules". The code I use: <script> function myFunction(){ var StartDate = document.getElementById("InsertRecordStartDate").value; var Today = document.getElementById("cbParamVirtual1").value; // This virtual field receives the timestamp onload if (StartDate < Today){ alert('Not all conditions are met"); event.preventDefault(); } document.getElementById("caspioform").onsubmit=myFunction; </script> How can I fix this issue? Thanks in advance.
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