The date format of the specified Date. You can use one of the following options:
AUTNDATE
a string that contains one or more of the following:
YY

Year (two digits). For example, 99, 00, 01, and so on. 
YYYY

Year (four digits). For example, 1999, 2000, 2001, and so on. 
#YY+

Year (two or four digits). If you provide two digits, it uses the For example, it interprets 
#Y

Year (one to a maximum of 16 digits), optionally followed by AD or BC . An apostrophe (' ) immediately before the year denotes a truncated year. For example, 2008 , '97 (interpreted as 1997 ), 97 (interpreted as 97 AD ), '08 (interpreted as 2008 ), 2008 AD , and 200 BC . A truncated year with a BC identifier is not valid ('08 BC ). 
#FULLYEAR

Year (one to a maximum of 16 digits). For example, 8 , 98 , 108 , 2008 , each of which is taken literally. The year is taken relative to the common EPOCH (0 AD). 
#YEARSIGN

A plus (+) or minus () sign at the start of your date. A plus sign (+) represents AD/CE years, and a minus sign () represents BC/BCE years. If you specify the #YEARSIGN option as part of a date format, the plus or minus sign is not optional. 
#ADBC

Time period. For example, The only exception to this is when you use both HPE recommends that you use only 
LONGMONTH

A long month, for example, January , February , and so on. 
SHORTMONTH

A short month, for example, Jan , Feb , and so on. 
MM

Month (two digits). For example, 01 , 10 , 12 , and so on. 
M+

Month (one or two digits). For example, 1 ,2 ,3 ,10 , and so on. 
DD

Day (two digits). For example, 01 , 02 , 03 , 12 , 23 , and so on. 
D+

Day (one or two digits). For example, 1 , 2 , 12 , 13 , 31 , and so on. 
LONGDAY

Two digits with a postfix. For example, 1st , 2nd , and so on. 
HH

Hour (two digits). For example, 01 , 12 , 13 , and so on. 
H+

Hour (one or two digits). 
NN

Minute (two digits). 
N+

Minute (one or two digits). 
SS

Second (two digits). 
S+

Second (one or two digits). 
F

Milliseconds (one digit). 
FF

Milliseconds (two digits). 
FFF

Milliseconds (three digits). 
F+

Milliseconds (one to three digits). 
ZZZ

Time zone, for example, GMT , EST , PST , and so on. 
ZZZZZ

Time difference (one to nine digits). For example, +04 denotes four hours ahead of UTC. Other examples include +4 , +04 , +0400 , +0400 MSD (the string MSD is ignored). A further example is +030 . In this case the time difference is interpreted as 30 minutes. 
#PM

An AM or PM indicator (two characters). For example, 2001/09/09 02:46:40 PM . 
#S

A space. 
Actions:  DateConvert 
Type:  String 
Default:  
Example:  action=DateConvert&Date=10/05/1234&DateFormat=DD/MM/YYYY 
See Also:  Date 
