DateDiff Expression in SSRS / How to calculate working days?

Posted on 2011-09-12
Last Modified: 2014-08-20
I have the following expression in an SSRS report:

=IIF(DateDiff("d",Fields!OrderDate.Value, Now())>2,"Overdue",Fields!JobStatus.Value)

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The current interval is set to "d" for day.  I am looking to find the difference in the number of working days.  I have tried "dw" and "w" but neither seem work.  Any thoughts?
Question by:goodmanro

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There is no direct way to do it, but you can try something like the expression on this thread...

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Anyone have a more simplistic solution?

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by:Alpesh Patel
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This script was very helpful.  I modified it for the US calendar and it worked without error.

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