Rules: Date Comparison does not evaluate to Boolean when using priority brackets with If..Then..Otherwise

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Reference Number: 762


When using comparison operators in an If... Then... Otherwise... expression, such as:

mceclip0.pngthe otherwise box expects a DateTime value instead of a true/false value.


  1. Create a rule using If... Then... Otherwise... with a DateTime comparison 
  2. Set the Otherwise box to 'true' or 'false'

Expected behavior: The DateTime comparison is removed.

Actual behavior: The DateTime comparison should evaluate to a Boolean value.

Workaround: Start the expression within the Priority Brackets with the boolean value, true.


Status: Added to Backlog

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