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comparing dates

I have a field on in a collection that is a time stamp:

 

Created On = 8/26/2020 9:23PM

 

Then I have two date picker that is just the date:

Start: 8/19/2020
Finish: 8/26/2020

 

In my collection, I have a filter:

 

Filter(
'Pipeline Candidates',
PipelineTemplate.Name = drpPipeline.Selected.Result
, 'Created On' <= pickerStartDate.SelectedDate
, 'Created On' >= pickerEndDate.SelectedDate

 

However, its not returning the appropriate dates. If my EndDate is 8/26, it will only show me results through 8/25. It will not include any results with the date 8/26

 

I suspect its because of the time "9:23 PM". 

 

How do I convert 8/26/2020 9:23PM to 8/26/2020 and keep it as a date type? 

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Super User III
Super User III

Hi @morall ,

That is because created is a date/time value and the date picker is a date, which defaults to the start of the day.

Filter(
   'Pipeline Candidates',
   PipelineTemplate.Name = drpPipeline.Selected.Result &&
   'Created On' <= pickerStartDate.SelectedDate &&
   DateDiff(
      'Created On',
      pickerEndDate.SelectedDate,
      Days
   )<=1
)
  

 

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Super User III
Super User III

Hi @morall ,

That is because created is a date/time value and the date picker is a date, which defaults to the start of the day.

Filter(
   'Pipeline Candidates',
   PipelineTemplate.Name = drpPipeline.Selected.Result &&
   'Created On' <= pickerStartDate.SelectedDate &&
   DateDiff(
      'Created On',
      pickerEndDate.SelectedDate,
      Days
   )<=1
)
  

 

Please click Accept as solution if my post helped you solve your issue. This will help others find it more readily. It also closes the item. If the content was useful in other ways, please consider giving it Thumbs Up.

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