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Get Current Year Syntax in Switch Statement SSRS 2005

Posted on 2010-11-12
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In the following Switch statment, I have hard-coded the date 12/31/2010; however what I really need to do is have 0000 = 12/31/CurrentYear. Can someone please help me with the syntax.
Thanks,

=Switch
(   Fields!Combo_3.Value = 0001,DateAdd("D",730,Fields!Birthdate.Value),
    Fields!Combo_3.Value = 9999,"N/A",
    Fields!Combo_3.Value = 0000,CStr("12/31/2010"),
    Fields!Combo_3.Value = 0002,"Past Due",
    Fields!Combo_3.Value,Format( Mid( Fields!Combo_3.Value ,5,2 ) & "/" &
    Right( Fields!Combo_3.Value , 2 ) & "/" &
    Left( Fields!Combo_3.Value , 4 ) )  

   
   
)
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Question by:VTFatcat1973
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by:rockiroads
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try this

year(getdate())

or

Select datepart(year,getdate())
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doh!, thats just the year part

not sure if this would work though

,CStr("12/31/" + year(getdate())),

or perhap build like this

 "12/31/" + cast(year(getdate()) as varchar)
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Shaun Kline earned 300 total points
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Or maybe
"12/31/" & CStr(Year(Today()))
since it looks like SSRS code, not T-SQL code.

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by:rockiroads
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yes true lol. I missed SSRS in the title and read the zone, doh!
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by:VTFatcat1973
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You both were a big help. I split up the points see I kinda mislead with T-SQL as it was SSRS code. Shaun's Syntax was right on ;-) Thanks
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