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SSRS - Control visibility of subreports

Posted on 2010-09-15
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Based upon a field in the data source turn on/off a subreport
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In Subreport Properites -- > Visibility and select  Show or hide based on expression. Make the expression something like    

=Iif(Fields!Column1.Value = "123", True, False)
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by:TWenger
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I have tried this and what ever I put in as 123 it does not recognize - always comes back false.... any other suggestions.
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What's the data type of the field that you are using?
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by:TWenger
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Tried textbox, Y/N, number
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can you try this one:
=Iif(FIRST(Fields!Column1.Value) = "123", True, False)
If that doesn't do it, is there only one row returned from this datasource?
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