When creating an SSRS Data Driven Subscription, the customer requested a need for adding the date (not time) to the exported file name.
The way this is done is to append the Year + Month + Day in SQL
CONVERT(CHAR(4), YEAR( GETDATE() ) ) + '-' +
RIGHT('00' + CONVERT(VARCHAR(2), MONTH( GETDATE() ) ), 2) + '-' +
RIGHT('00' + CONVERT(VARCHAR(2), DAY( GETDATE() ) ), 2)
as 'File name'
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