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SSRS Expression Error

Posted on 2008-10-06
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Below expression is saying there is an error somewhere after my "RIGHT"

"Operation '+' is not defined for types 'String'


="D00" + Fields!BANKACCTNUM.Value + Right("0000000000" + Fields!CHECKNUM,10)

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If you have received this error, you're creating a .Net proc.  To concatenate strings, replace the + with an &, like this:

="D00" & Fields!BANKACCTNUM.Value & Right("0000000000" & Fields!CHECKNUM,10)

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Same error
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My fault, i didn't place the .VALUE on the Fields!CHECKNUM
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