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Format Datetime Parameter Label

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 09, 2010    Points: 0   Category :Sql Server
 
I'm trying to format the label of a parameter which is populated by a dropdown in SQL2008 RS. Essentially, i want to put a title in the report which puts the date in the format dd MMM yyyy. I have tried the following options with no luck: =Format(Parameters!MyDate.Label, "dd MMM yyyy") =Format(CDate(Parameters!MyDate.Label), "dd MMM yyyy") Can this be achieved in this way? I "could" reformat the data in the dataset, but i'd rather explore this avenue first. TIAevery day is a school day


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