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REST conditions: Date

Conditions are smaller parts of rules. Only one condition has to be satisfied to satisfy a rule. Every condition has a few specific properties.

This article is about the date condition. If you're looking for any other condition you can find them in the More information section.

Individual properties

The date condition has the following parameters:

  • field: The databasefield of the date condition.
  • compare-mode: Compare mode of the date condition. Possible values: "full" when the full data must match, "ignoreyear" if the year may not match.

Date properties

The date properties can be used to limit the selection to a specified time period. All of the variables below are required to be YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS format.

  • before-time: Matches only if the date value was in the field before given time
  • after-time: Matches only if the date value was in the field after given time
  • before-mutation: The variable time after which the chosen date field must be.
  • after-mutation: The variable time before which the chosen date field must be.

PHP example

Here we look at a date in a database in combination with an after-mutation. If the date falls within the after-mutation this condition is validated.

// required code
require_once("copernica_rest_api.php");

// make a new api object with your access token
$api = new CopernicaRestAPI("your-access-token", 2);

$data = array(
    // select date condition
    'type' => 'Date',

    // use time interval
    'before-time' => '2018-01-01 00:00:00',

    // use mutation interval (overwrites before-time/after-time)
    'after-mutation' => '["plus","2016-01-01", "7:34:23"]',
);

// do the call
$result = $api->post("rule/id/conditions", $data);

// print the result
print_r($result);

This example requires the REST API class.

More information