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A quick set of easy points for someone who knows their stuff.

I'm relatively new to SSRS 2008, but very familiar with Access. Is it possible to develop code to hide/unhide groups of text boxes based on rules for the data being passed to a report from the SP?

Typically the equivalent of a CASE statement where case a datafield = value 1, show this set, if value 2 show another set etc....

Noty needing sample code just now, just a yes/no response.


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Kelvin
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Yes, each element has a property Visibilty>Hidden that can be set with an expression.
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You can even hide rows, tables, subreports, etc.
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