There is a verify option in Kscripting that allows you to check the date on a file before continuing.

I've specified the path and name which seems fine but I can't seem to get the script to accept any date I set for the "Modified Since:" field. I get parse errors that look like the following:

2010-07-08 08:36:16 Cached Parse Error changed from 'KBotXMLParser: invalid document (XSD check failed) for 632: BookMaster update Z742AOCP.jwr July 01 2010 , Element 'file_modified_since', attribute 'expectedValue' ['date']: The value '07/01/10' is not valid., ' to '
Removed dependencies: kace2656.bat (e8d6586e42be0392a5689c20ce3ce79e), kace5394.bat (da505c6edd1b264a6924301fd3b12c93)
Added dependencies: kace5758.bat (e8d6586e42be0392a5689c20ce3ce79e), kace7916.bat (da505c6edd1b264a6924301fd3b12c93)
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Has anyone else succesfully used this paticular Verify type? Please let me know what I may be doing wrong or missing?

Thanks so much,
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Answered 07/09/2010 by: VBScab
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Thanks for stopping by and looking. As they say if you want something fixed you have to do it yourself. I kept trying and sure enough this Verify works with hyphens not backslashes in this format. YYYY-MM-DD

Hopefully this helps someone else trying to do the same thing!!!!

Answered 07/15/2010 by: bryceb
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I wonder if the date format which is set in the workstation's Regional and Language Options is relevant to the format which KBox "understands"?
Answered 07/15/2010 by: VBScab
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