The FileName Mask section of a report definition allows the user to specify a number of different date formats. The various options are described here.
In all examples, the date used is 25-November-2019”.

All masks are case-sensitive.

textileRef:41707517360820ee358cb1:linkStartMarker:“dd – The day of the month (25)
MM – The Month number (11)
yyyy – 4 Digit Year (2019)
yy – 2 Digit Year
HH – The hour of report execution (19)
mm – The minute of report execution (55)
ss – The seconds of report execution (09)

Any combination of these can be used to build the date format string. Separators can be used. “_” and “-” are most common.
Note that”:” and “/” are not acceptable characters to use in a filename.

Examples:
{MM-dd-yyyy} – 11-25-2019
{dd-MM-yyyy} – 11-25-2019
{dd_MM_yyyy} – 11_25_2019
{yyyyMMddHHmmss} – 20191125190430

Some standard Microsoft Date Formats are also supported:

{s} – Sortable date/time pattern – 2019_11_25T13:45:30
{d} – Short Date pattern. Display depends on Server Local – 11_25_2019 or 25_11_2019
{t} – Short Time pattern. 9_15PM

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Last modified: May 18, 2020

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