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date diff expression

I am trying to find time diffrence between 2 dates in SSRS. In SQL i can find it out like this
sum(DATEDIFF(n, OpenDate, ClosedDate)).

How would i write an expression in SSRS to find out the time diff in minutes?
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Chris LuttrellSenior Database ArchitectCommented:
Try something like this:
=SUM(DateDiff(DateInterval.Minute,Fields!OpenDate.Value,Fields!ClosedDate.Value))
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