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Posted on 2007-04-10
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In reporting services I show today's date with the expression: =Globals!ExecutionTime.ToShortDateString.
the date of april 10 is shown  04/10/2007 and I want to get 04/10/2007 or the date i words.
How do I so it?
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RichardCorrie earned 500 total points
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try
=Globals!ExecutionTime.ToString("d MMM yyyy")

the .ToShortDateString relys on the regional settings of the server - looks like it is set to US rather than UK settings.

tha above will give date in format 10 Apr 2007

/Richard
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