SQL Server reporting services: How to use the Split function in the SSRS expressions to get sub-string?

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Problem Statement:
How do you use SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) expression to get sub-string from the inputted text?

Solution:
I am going to show you few SSRS expressions that you can use in your SSRS reports:

SSRS SQL Server Reporting Services Expression SPLIT

Here’s the same in a text:

Input: SSRS Expression used: Output:
[Date].[Fiscal Year].&[2008] Split(Parameters!DateFiscalYear.Value,”&”)(1) [2008]
[Date].[Fiscal Year].&[2008] Split(Parameters!DateFiscalYear.Value, “.”)(2) &[2008]
[Date].[Fiscal Year].&[2008] Split(Split(Split(Parameters!DateFiscalYear.Value, “&”)(1),”[“)(1),”]”)(0) 2008
[Date].[Fiscal Year].&[2008] Parameters!DateFiscalYear.Value.Split(“&”)(1) [2008]

Conclusion:
In this post, you saw how to use the split function in SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) expressions to get a sub-string.

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