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Using date filters in sharepoint 2010 lists in SSRS 2008

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I'm trying to filter results from a Sharepoint 2010 list in an SSRS data source query.  I've tried =[Today], =[Current Date] and others without success.  Any ideas?
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Hi

What is your source? Is that sql table or sharepoint specific connector? (I'm don't use sharepoint).

Today in SSRS is =Today() and =now() if its tsql table then =GetDate()

Hope my guess helps
Emil
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Thanks!
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