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Figured it out without any custom code! I just added this to the function: substring-before(field1, "T") This extracted all the text before the "T"!


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If the date you are trying to format is part of a string value with other than just a date, you cannot change it. I.e. if you're @Description field contains a string like "This is my string with a date 06/11/2016 that I want changed to Sunday, November 2016" then you cannot change the date format. The example you mention that you've copied, that just ...


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Someone suggested the MomentJS library, which is great for doing Date calculations and transformations. But 2015/10/20 PM 06:09 is an invalid Date notation so MomemtJS won't make it valid either. I would suggest to find the cause why your environment is outputting this invalid notation and fix it at the source. In the mean time you can change the string ...


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You should change your String date format I have tried with 2015/10/20 06:09 PM var t = new Date("2015/10/20 06:09 PM"); t = t.toISOString() alert(t);


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Using below code you can get ISO format of SharePoint created field value string objTime=SPUtility.CreateISO8601DateTimeFromSystemDateTime(Convert.ToDateTime("2015/10/20 PM 06:09")); Output: 2015-10-20T18:09:00Z


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Here is a modified calculation that I have used before and believe it will benefit you as well. =DATEDIF([Start Date],[End Date]-(MOD([Start Date],1)>MOD([End Date],1)),"d")&" days, "&TEXT(MOD([End Date]-[Start Date],1),"hh "" hrs, "" mm "" mins""") For example: If a user enters 8/1/2016 8:00 AM as start date and 8/10/2016 12:30 PM as end date, ...



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