Excel.DateTimeDataValidation interface

Represents the Date data validation criteria.

[ API set: ExcelApi 1.8 ]

Properties

formula1

Specifies the right-hand operand when the operator property is set to a binary operator such as GreaterThan (the left-hand operand is the value the user tries to enter in the cell). With the ternary operators Between and NotBetween, specifies the lower bound operand. When setting the value, it can be passed in as a Date, a Range object, or a string formula (where the string is either a stringified date/time in ISO8601 format, a cell reference like "=A1", or a formula like "=MIN(A1, B1)"). When retrieving the value, it will always be returned as a string formula, for example: "=10", "=A1", "=SUM(A1:B5)", etc.

[ API set: ExcelApi 1.8 ]

formula2

With the ternary operators Between and NotBetween, specifies the upper bound operand. Is not used with the binary operators, such as GreaterThan. When setting the value, it can be passed in as a Date, a Range object, or a string (where the string is either a stringified date/time in ISO8601 format, a cell reference like "=A1", or a formula like "=MIN(A1, B1)"). When retrieving the value, it will always be returned as a string formula, for example: "=10", "=A1", "=SUM(A1:B5)", etc.

[ API set: ExcelApi 1.8 ]

operator

The operator to use for validating the data.

[ API set: ExcelApi 1.8 ]

Property Details

formula1

Specifies the right-hand operand when the operator property is set to a binary operator such as GreaterThan (the left-hand operand is the value the user tries to enter in the cell). With the ternary operators Between and NotBetween, specifies the lower bound operand. When setting the value, it can be passed in as a Date, a Range object, or a string formula (where the string is either a stringified date/time in ISO8601 format, a cell reference like "=A1", or a formula like "=MIN(A1, B1)"). When retrieving the value, it will always be returned as a string formula, for example: "=10", "=A1", "=SUM(A1:B5)", etc.

[ API set: ExcelApi 1.8 ]

formula1: string | Date | Range;

Property Value

string | Date | Range

formula2

With the ternary operators Between and NotBetween, specifies the upper bound operand. Is not used with the binary operators, such as GreaterThan. When setting the value, it can be passed in as a Date, a Range object, or a string (where the string is either a stringified date/time in ISO8601 format, a cell reference like "=A1", or a formula like "=MIN(A1, B1)"). When retrieving the value, it will always be returned as a string formula, for example: "=10", "=A1", "=SUM(A1:B5)", etc.

[ API set: ExcelApi 1.8 ]

formula2?: string | Date | Range;

Property Value

string | Date | Range

operator

The operator to use for validating the data.

[ API set: ExcelApi 1.8 ]

operator: Excel.DataValidationOperator | "Between" | "NotBetween" | "EqualTo" | "NotEqualTo" | "GreaterThan" | "LessThan" | "GreaterThanOrEqualTo" | "LessThanOrEqualTo";

Property Value

Excel.DataValidationOperator | "Between" | "NotBetween" | "EqualTo" | "NotEqualTo" | "GreaterThan" | "LessThan" | "GreaterThanOrEqualTo" | "LessThanOrEqualTo"