Assert a date in format (e.g. MM-DD-CCYY) = date in a format (e.g. CCYY-MM-DDTHH24:MI:SSZ)
I have a PATCH REST request (json type payload) which contains a requiredByDate attribute with a date value with format MM-DD-CCYY
The follow up GET REST json response contains the requiredByDate attribute, but the value is transformed from MM-DD-CCYY to CCYY-MM-DDTHH24:MI:SS format.
I need to verify the date is correct with the new date format, but I've no idea how to do this - I'm guessing a small script assertion might do the job - but I really have no idea how to proceed - although i did have a go....
I tried putting a script assertion together against the GET request (after saving the PATCH request's date in a Properties step) knowing I wouldnt get absolutely right - but I wanted to give it a go anyway and this is what I got:
Obviously the assertion fails - because I'm saying 07-29-2019 is the same as '2019-07-29T00:00:00'
the results of the logging in the snippet is as follows:
Tue Oct 22 20:01:58 BST 2019: INFO: 07-29-2019
Tue Oct 22 20:01:58 BST 2019: INFO: 2019-07-29T00:00:00Z
Would anyone know how I can assert a date in one format (e.g. MM-DD-CCYY) is equivalent to the date in a different format (e.g. CCYY-MM-DDTHH24:MI:SSZ)?
I hope I've been clear in my request
Thanks to all!
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