Use this parameter to specify the date formats that can be extracted from a Web page. Use DateCheck to specify the parts of a page the connector should check for dates and whether the connector should discard a page when it does not contain any dates in the specified formats.

You can specify the following strings:

YY Year (2 digits). For example, 99, 00, 01, and so on.
YYYY Year (4 digits). For example, 1999, 2000, 2001, and so on.
LONGMONTH For example, January, February, March, and so on. Use DateLongMonthCSVs to define the string.
SHORTMONTH For example, Jan, Feb, and so on. Use DateMonthCSVs to define the string.
MM Month (2 digits). For example, 01, 10, 12, and so on.
M+ Month (1 or 2 digits). For example, 1,2,3,10, and so on.
DD Day (2 digits). For example, 01, 02, 03, 12, 23, and so on.
D+ Day (1 or more digits). For example, 1, 2, 12, 13, 31, and so on.
LONGDAY 1 or 2 digits with postfix. For example, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and so on. Use DatePostfixCSVs to define the postfix string.
HH Hour (2 digits). For example, 01, 12, 13, and so on.

Hour (1 or 2 digits). For example, 1, 12, 23, and so on

NN Minute (2 digits). For example, 01, 10, 59, and so on.
N+ Minute (1 or 2 digits). For example, 1, 10, 59, and so on.
SS Second (2 digits). For example, 01, 10, 59, and so on.

Second (1 or 2 digits). For example, 1, 10, 59.

ZZZ Time Zone. For example, GMT, EST, PST, and so on.
#S Whitespace.

To specify multiple formats, separate them with commas (with no space before or after a comma).

In the following example, only dates that have the format D+/SHORTMONTH/YYYY (for example, 1/Jan/2001) or DDMMYYYY (for example, 01012001) can be extracted.

Type: String
Default: 0
Required: No
Configuration Section: TaskName or Default
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