Good afternoon. I am just starting to play around with SSRS. I have a report I created from a SharePoint list (if that matters). I have two date fields once called created and the other called completion_date. With in the report I went into the text box properties for both and formatted the date to read m/d/yyyy on both fields. Basically I removed the time.
I then created a text box called NumberofBusinessDays. It is in this field that I want to return a value not counting weekends on the difference between the field created and the field completion_date. So for example:
Created Date = 10/17/2016 Completion Date = 10/20/2016 then NumberofBusinessDays = 3.
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