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Checks that a field value contains a valid datetime in the specified format

This validator checks that a field value contains a valid datetime in the specified format. It is good practice to specify the format using the translation operator, in order to support different formats in different locales.
















requires = IS_DATETIME(format=T('%Y-%m-%d %H:%M:%S'),

error_message='must be YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS!')

# The following symbols can be used for the format string (this shows the symbol and an example string):

%Y '1963'
%y '63'
%d '28'
%m '08'
%b 'Aug'
%b 'August'
%H '14'
%I '02'
%p 'PM'
%M '30'
%S '59'

Attributes / Arguments


requires = IS_DATETIME(format=T('%Y-%m-%d %H:%M:%S'),...)

Displays an error message.


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Sources / Reference

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