Re: UCCX 7.1.3 Holiday Script Error (Date Format Issue??)
Not sure I understand the question.
But the difference between our statements is that you use / to separate the date sections.
You use date(05/31/2010)
I use date(2010,5,31)
The help section in UCCE states
"Note: Do not use the slash (/) character in defining a date function. Because it is the division operator, the function would not return the results you are looking for. You could enclose the argument within a string----but the preferred format is: . "
For me the only one that has worked is date(2010,5,31).
It is easy to test. Knock up a simple admin script (start node, if node and two end nodes) and populate the IF node with my date format.
Remember my formula in the IF node , date()=date(2010,5,31) , is asking if today's date is 31/05/2010. You need the "date()=" at the beginning to specify today's date.
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