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Syntax for external image url

Posted on 2014-04-23
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I'm trying to make a valid url to get images into my SSRS report. The correct url is http://spdev2013/sites/1962 but I want to get the last part dynamically.

The 1962 part is the year of my date field and I want to make a url that generates it for me, what is wrong with this syntax?

=Globals.ReportServerUrl + http://spdev2013/sites/ & Year(date).Value
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I <think> what you're after would be:

="http://spdev2013/sites/" & Year(Fields!date.value)

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