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I am trying to make sure the time in entered is less than the time out entered.  I was determined to figure this out on my own but just can get go any further without help. Here is my code. Since Defined_Date_Out is required, I thought replacing the users erroneous entry with null would prevent the submission from being initiated.  Thanks for any advise ?

 

<div id="datefix">
<script>
function DateCheck()
 {

var dateout = document.getElementById('Defined_Time_Out').value;
var datein = document.getElementById('Defined_Time_In').value;
 
if (dateout <=  datein)

alert("Please enter a date and time OUT after date and time IN ");

document.getElementById("InsertRecordDefined_Time_Out").value = null;
}
 
document.getElementById('InsertRecordDefined_Time_Out').onChange = DateCheck;

</script>
 </div>
 

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Hello Accountability,

I would suggest using following code if you prefer to restrict form submission if the condition "dateout <=  datein" is met: 

<div id="datefix">
<script>
function DateCheck()
 {

var dateout = document.getElementById('InsertRecordDefined_Time_Out').value;
var datein = document.getElementById('InsertRecordDefined_Time_In').value;
 
if (dateout <=  datein)

alert("Please enter a date and time OUT after date and time IN ");

document.getElementById("InsertRecordDefined_Time_Out").value = null;
   
return false;
}
 
document.getElementById('InsertRecordDefined_Time_Out').onChange = DateCheck;

</script>
 </div>

Hope this helps.

 

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Also unsuccessfully tried this: 

<div id="datefix">
<script>
function DateCheck()
 {

var dateout = document.getElementById('InsertRecordDefined_Time_Out').value;
var datein = document.getElementById('InsertRecordDefined_Time_In').value;
var zero = "00/00/0000"

if (dateout <=  datein)

alert("Please enter a date and time OUT after date and time IN ");

document.getElementById("InsertRecordDefined_Time_Out").value = "zero";
   
return false;
}
 
document.getElementById('InsertRecordDefined_Time_Out').onChange = DateCheck;

</script>
 </div>

Any  suggestions  would be greatly appreciated.   Thanks in Advance. !

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Hi Accountability,

Try the following code:

<div id="datefix">
<script>
function DateCheck()
 {
   
var dateout = document.getElementById('InsertRecordDefined_Time_Out').value;
var datein = document.getElementById('InsertRecordDefined_Time_In').value;

if (dateout <=  datein)

alert("Please enter a date and time OUT after date and time IN ");

document.getElementById("InsertRecordDefined_Time_Out").value = null;
   
return false;
}
 
document.getElementById('InsertRecordDefined_Time_Out').onchange = DateCheck;

</script>
 </div>

I have corrected some minor syntax errors.

Hope this helps. 

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Hello Vitalikssssss,

Thanks again for responding. Unfortunately, this does not work.  It is really strange because it is such a simple script and with the limited knowledge I have in regards to Javascript, it appears to be flawless. I am really scratching my head on this one. Thanks again.

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15 hours ago, Accountability said:

Hello Vitalikssssss,

Thanks again for responding. Unfortunately, this does not work.  It is really strange because it is such a simple script and with the limited knowledge I have in regards to Javascript, it appears to be flawless. I am really scratching my head on this one. Thanks again.

Hi Accountability,

Have you put this part in a Header of the Datapage?

<div id="datefix">

Can you send me a screenshot from your browser console?  Perhaps we`ll be able to trace an error from there.

 

Regards,

vitalikssssss

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Hi there,

I just tested this code and it works on form submit. Just remember that this Caspio Form should be the only one deployed in your webpage. 

<script>
document.getElementById("caspioform").onsubmit = function(){
var dateOutString = document.getElementById('InsertRecordDefined_Time_Out');
var dateInString = document.getElementById('InsertRecordDefined_Time_In');
var dateOut = new Date(dateOutString.value).getTime();
var dateIn = new Date(dateInString.value).getTime();

if (dateOut <=  dateIn){
alert("Please enter a date and time OUT after date and time IN ");
dateOutString.value = '';
document.getElementById("cbParamVirtual6").value = "";
document.getElementById("cbParamVirtual7").selectedIndex = "";
document.getElementById("cbParamVirtual8").selectedIndex = "";
document.getElementById("cbParamVirtual10").selectedIndex = "";
return false;
}
};
</script>

 

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