IsAfter

Description

Checks if the argument's field dates come after another argument's field dates, a constant date, or a dynamic date.. If the first argument's date value comes after the second argument's date value, a TRUE Boolean value is returned. If the first argument's date value does not come after the second argument's date value, a FALSE Boolean value is returned. A new column is created for the results.

Argument date:

  • A stored tuple value.

Constant date:

  • A specific date/time value.  

Dynamic date:

  • A variable date/time value created with functions and/or operator symbols.

Dynamic Date Guide

Supported Function

FunctionDescription
now()Use the function "now()" as a dynamic date that sets the time/date value to Hero_Flow's internal clock value when the Flow is run.


Supported operators

Operator symbolDescription
+Adds to the date/time value based on the date/time unit entered.
-Subtracts from the date/time value based on the date/time unit entered.


Supported temporal units

Time/Date unit symbolDescription
sSeconds
minMinutes
hHours
dDays
wWeeks
mMonths
yYears

Example

The goal is to use IsAfter to filter results with date values that are within the past five minutes from the current time.

  • Select the IsAfter filter function.
  • In the function configuration:
    • Select a date/time value in the first field.
    • Enter "now() -5min" in the second field.
  • Click OK.

Use

  • Select an argument. (Date)
  • Enter an output field name.
  • Select a second argument (Date) or select a constant date.
  • Click OK.

Type

Functions