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Setting conditional visibility in a SQL reports table row

Posted on 2007-12-06
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Hello~

I have a row in a sql report table that I need to show visible for certain titles.  I currently have the following code in the visibility property of the row:

=iif(Fields!Title.Value = "Blood pressure", false, true)

I also need it to return false for Body fat.  Does anyone know how to do this??
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=iif(Fields!Title.Value = "Blood pressure", false, iif(Fields!Title.Value = "Body fat", false, true))
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