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Last month Name and Year in a SSRS expression


Last month Name and Year in a SSRS expression

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It appears that this will not work in January:

If your AsOfDate = '2011-01-02' you will return 'December 2011' instead of 'December 2010'.

When I am doing something like this, I try to make sure that I am using the same date for both parts, so I would use ...Year(DateAdd("M",-1,...).

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Thanks for the script.
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