This section shows how to get the earlier or later date (Date and time comparison).
The past (early) is considered small and the future (late) is considered large.
When this flow is executed, the more past (earlier) dates of Date1 and Date2 are set to %ResultDate%.
DateTime.GetCurrentDateTime.Local DateTimeFormat: DateTime.DateTimeFormat.DateAndTime CurrentDateTime=> Date1 DateTime.Add DateTime: Date1 TimeToAdd: -10 TimeUnit: DateTime.TimeUnit.Days ResultedDate=> Date2 IF Date1 < Date2 THEN SET ResultDate TO Date1 ELSE SET ResultDate TO Date2 END
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