Hi,

Is it possible to compare date values using XSLT policy. If current date is greater than, then...
On the publisher channel we receive this piec of XML. It is repeated for every sub-employment we receive from HR.

Code:
<RSNGConnector>
	<HoofdDienstverband>false</HoofdDienstverband>
	<Datum_in_dienst>2016-09-21</Datum_in_dienst>
	<Datum_uit_dienst>2017-01-26</Datum_uit_dienst>
	<Status>In dienst</Status>
	<IDM_gebruikersgroepen_code>XXXXXXXXXX</IDM_gebruikersgroepen_code>
</RSNGConnector>
Current XSLT checks if Status is equal to In dienst, I want to built in an extra filter to check if Datum_uit_dienst is less than current date:

Code:
<attr attr-name="input-active-simple-kenmerken">
	<xsl:for-each select="$docData//RSNGConnector[Status='In dienst']">
		<xsl:if test="string-length(./IDM_gebruikersgroepen_code)">
			<value>
				<xsl:value-of select="concat('~drv.afas.identifier~_GROUP#mdw_cat#',                                      ./IDM_gebruikersgroepen_code,                                      '#A')"/>
			</value>
		</xsl:if>
	</xsl:for-each>
</attr>
If current date is greater than Datum_eind_dienst, it needs to ignore this value and process the next one.