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Not allow a date in the future from being selected from date/time field type


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Following on from the below post 

 I have the same issue where i have implemented the below script but it is still allowing me to select a date in the future from the date/time.

 

<script>
function pastDateValidation()
{
    var d=document.getElementById("InsertRecordClient_AML_Date").value;
        if(new Date(d) > new Date())
    {
        alert("Select a date which is before now");
        document.getElementById("InsertRecordClient_AML_Date").value="";
    }

}
document.getElementById('InsertRecordClient_AML_Date').onchange = pastDateValidation;

</script>

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On 11/17/2017 at 2:42 PM, DavidKennett said:

Following on from the below post 

 I have the same issue where i have implemented the below script but it is still allowing me to select a date in the future from the date/time.

 

<script>
function pastDateValidation()
{
    var d=document.getElementById("InsertRecordClient_AML_Date").value;
        if(new Date(d) > new Date())
    {
        alert("Select a date which is before now");
        document.getElementById("InsertRecordClient_AML_Date").value="";
    }

}
document.getElementById('InsertRecordClient_AML_Date').onchange = pastDateValidation;

</script>

Hi, I tried this code, it works for me.

I would recommend checking that:

- you specified correct fieldname in the code;

- code is inserted into the footer of the datapage and your datapage is a submission form;

- there is no errors in browser's console (hit F12 and select Console tab)

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Thank you for the reply. I have checked those three things and still am allowed to enter a date in the future using the time/date field type. 

 

I've been by support that because i'm in UK localization the script may need changing. It works in US localization. Would you know what i would need to change for it to work in UK localization please?

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