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Uk Localization Is Not Supported For Date Format Dd/mm/yyyy?

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Yes, this feature certainly  needs to be implemented.

In the meantime, I have a simple script for you to make this work.



document.getElementById("InsertRecordsecond").parentNode.parentNode.style.display = 'none';


function checkStart()


var enteredValue = document.getElementById("InsertRecordfirst").value;

var formatday = enteredValue.search("/")+1;

var textday = enteredValue.substring(0,formatday);

var monthyear = enteredValue.substring(formatday);

var formatmonth = monthyear.search("/")+1;

var textmonth = monthyear.substring(0,formatmonth);

var onlyyear = monthyear.substring(formatmonth);

enteredValue = textmonth + textday + onlyyear;


var enteredDate = new Date(enteredValue);

var ruleDate = new Date();







   if (enteredDate<ruleDate)


         document.getElementById("InsertRecordsecond").parentNode.parentNode.style.display = 'none';




         document.getElementById("InsertRecordsecond").parentNode.parentNode.style.display = '';







The code hides the “InsertRecordsecond†field.

When the “InsertRecordfirst†field is changed, if the date from the “InsertRecordfirst†field is more than ruleDate, the “InsertRecordsecond†field is displayed, else it is hidden.

A user can enter his/her day = setDate(26), month, January is 0 = setMonth(8), year = setFullYear(2014).

There are also Hours, Minutes, Seconds, if it is required.

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