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IIF Expression based on Parameter

Posted on 2008-10-29
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I need an expression that show a certain field based on a parameter input

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=iif(Parameters!NetorGross.Value = "Net",Fields!EndbalanceNet.Value,
iif(Parameters!!NetorGross.Value = "Gross",Fields!EndBalanceGross.Value))
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It keeps on blowing up
thx
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=iif(Parameters!NetorGross.Value = "Net",Fields!EndbalanceNet.Value,
iif(Parameters!!NetorGross.Value = "Gross",Fields!EndBalanceGross.Value,NEEDTHISVALUE))

You need to add a value in NEEDTHISVALUE Fixed it?
Regards
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by:Jim P.
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Are you saying you want someone to type in "net" or "gross" in a pop-up box?

Try this:
=iif(Trim([Enter Net or Gross])  = "Net",Fields!EndbalanceNet.Value,
,Fields!EndBalanceGross.Value)

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by:fundsf
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Thx,
I took pieces of both of your answers and it worked.

=iif(Parameters!NetorGross.Value = "Net",Fields!EndbalanceNet.Value,
Fields!EndBalanceGross.Value)
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by:Jim P.
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Glad to be of assistance. May all your days get brighter and brighter.
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