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function validateDate()
            {
                        serverDateTime="2012-11-23 17:06:46";
                txtDate.value="30-Nov-2012"
 
                if (how i check here)
                {
                           alert("Appointment can be fixed for next seven days only from current day.");
                    return false;
                }
                else
                {
                    return true;
                }
            }
i m getting serverDateTime on master page load and access that variable in all pages and comparing serverDateTime with txtDate.value how i validate Appointment can be fixed for next seven days only from current day.
Posted 23-Nov-12 1:17am
Edited 23-Nov-12 1:32am
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Solution 1

Check this link[^]. It shows how to get number of days between two dates. If the result is greater than 7 then you need to show the alert message.
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