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Date/Time Filters


Date/Time Filters

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paul.j.kemna
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When setting up filter parameters on tablix and graphs in BIDS/SSRS 2008, I have noticed that even though the paramater data type is set to Date/Time and the field being filtered is a Date/Time, if I select Date/Time as the data type on the filter configuration screen, it changes to Text the next time I look at it. On one report,Ii was able to get the Date/Time to stick only by removing the filtered query field in the dataset and recreating it. I have no idea why this resolved the issue.

I am using a date picker for the parameter, which is in m/d/yyyy format. The data (which would be fed from a query in SQL server) is in default SQL date format of yyyy-mm-dd

In all of my testing, it appears that the statement is being evaluated correctly, but this really annoys me.

A) Why is it doing this?

B) Is it safe?

Thanks

Paul
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