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Crystal Reports has a selection formula what would be the equivalent in SQL Report Servicies?
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Chris Luttrell earned 500 total points
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Hollie,
I believe the closest thing in Reporting Services to the Selection Formula in Crystal is the Filters on the properties sheet for tables, grids, etc.  You will have to work with the expressions in there to come up with a formula to limit the records displayed.
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I actually figured it out over the week end.  and you're right this is the closest thing to using a selection formula.   It worked perfectly.   Thanks
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