which function you will use to compare the application date
with system date?..
Answer / ak
You can get the system date in WR via function:
sysDate = time_str(get_time());
Match this date (sysDate) with your application date.
If the format of both dates are different then you can
modify or split (use split() fucntion) any one among them
as per your requirement.
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