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sz1
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Posted - 03/06/2013 :  09:08:17  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Anyone know why this wont change my red colour, all other ok?

=Switch(Fields!Agreed_Solved_Date___Time.Value = DateAdd("d",0, Today()),"Red",
Fields!Agreed_Solved_Date___Time.Value >= DateAdd("d",+1, Today()),"Green",
Fields!Agreed_Solved_Date___Time.Value <=DateAdd("d",0, Today()),"Blue",
Len(Fields!Agreed_Solved_Date___Time.Value) = 0,"")

The Agreed_Solved_Date_Time field for todays tickets which there are 6 are staying black even though they are showing todays date?

Thanks in advance!


SZ1
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sz1
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Posted - 03/06/2013 :  09:38:59  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
This seemed to work:

=Switch(Fields!Agreed_Solved_Date___Time.Value < Today(),"Blue",Fields!Agreed_Solved_Date___Time.Value <=DateAdd("d",1,Today()),"Red",Fields!Agreed_Solved_Date___Time.Value >=DateAdd("d",0,Today()),"Green")

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