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correct date format

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 27, 2010    Points: 0   Category :Sql Server

Hi All,

I runing a MDX query against a cube. Query has a date parameters. Whenever I include date parameters, I dont get the results.

Dates in the cube looks like this; 07/01/2010 , 07/15/2010,08/05/2010 etc.

I am trying to write the expression for the data set in the report(SSRS).


"[Deployment Date].[Date].[" & Format(Parameters!BeginDateParam.Value, "dd-MM-yyyy") & "]"

But somehow I dont get the result whenever I include those expression.

How do I write the correct date format?

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