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How To Set Default Dates In Reporting Services

I posted this in the SQL Team forum: http://www.sqlteam.com/forums/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=99696

It shows you a good way of creating a bunch of date functions so that you can use them in reporting services as date default values for any date parameter.

 

Print | posted on Wednesday, March 26, 2008 11:53 AM | Filed Under [ SQL Server Reporting Services ]

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# re: How To Set Default Dates In Reporting Services

It shows you a good way of creating a bunch of date functions so that you can use them in reporting services as date default values for any date parameter.
4/2/2008 8:47 AM | somkiart
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# re: How To Set Default Dates In Reporting Services

Thanks Jon. This was very helpful for me for some Reporting Services reports that I made.
2/24/2009 7:03 PM | Eric
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# re: How To Set Default Dates In Reporting Services

Yeah, Thanks!
12/1/2009 8:35 AM | JarBlog
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# re: How To Set Default Dates In Reporting Services

It shows you a good way of creating a bunch of date functions so that you can use them in reporting services as date default values for any date parameter.

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