Minimum allowed date and maximum allowed date in jQuery

this.RegisterCustomValidationMethod(MAXALLOWEDDATE_METHODNAME, “function(value, element, param) { var newDate = $(element).datepicker(‘getDate’); var checkDate = $.glob.format(newDate, ‘yyyyMMdd’); return this.optional(element) || parseInt(param) > parseInt(checkDate);});”);

this.RegisterCustomValidationMethod(MINALLOWEDDATE_METHODNAME, “function(value, element, param) { var newDate = $(element).datepicker(‘getDate’); var checkDate = $.glob.format(newDate, ‘yyyyMMdd’); return this.optional(element) || parseInt(param) < parseInt(checkDate);});”);

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About jollsam

10 years of experience in SharePoint Development, Administration and Solution/Infrastructure Architecture.
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One Response to Minimum allowed date and maximum allowed date in jQuery

  1. Linu says:

    Really helpful

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